If you were ever interested in getting your Real Estate Appraiser License , now is the perfect time to start. The BLS projects that employment is expected to grow during the 2008-18 decade. Start today!
Get started today before education requirements increase. Right now, there are no college-level education requirements in place to become a licensed residential appraiser– simply enroll in Allied’s 150-hour appraisal license package and study for the state exam. After January 1, 2015, you will need to complete 30 hours of college-level education. Meet AQB regulations by choosing an online pioneer for your appraisal license training. With the real estate industry on the rise, now is the time to position yourself with an in-demand career!
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Pass or Don't Pay
If you don’t pass your appraisal state exam on the first try, you can send your failure notice to Allied Schools for reimbursement of the exam fee. Restrictions apply – call for details today!
How It Works:
1. Complete Allied’s 150-Hour Real Estate Appraisal Residential Licensing Package and earn an “A” in all five (5) courses
2. Schedule your state exam within 6 months of becoming eligible in your state
3. Study for the exam using Allied’s online exam preparation included with the 150-Hour Real Estate Appraisal Package
4. Take the appraisal state exam
5. Study for the exam using Allied’s online exam preparation included with the 150-Hour Real Estate Appraisal Package
6. If you do not pass the appraisal state exam, send your failure notice to Allied Schools for reimbursement of your state exam fee. Please note – Allied will reimburse you for one failed attempt only
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Danna D' Amore, Lake Elsinore, CA
Real Estate Appraisal Principles, Practices, and Report Writing