Appraisal Licensing Course
75-Hour Real Estate Appraisal Principles, Practices and Report Writing Course – This course provides you with a solid background of the appraisal field as well as the facts and reasoning to provide accurate valuations of property. Learn how to become an effective appraiser with the tools to estimate the current market value of a home.
- Real Estate Appraisal textbook and study guide
- Understanding the Uniform Residential Appraisal Report
- WinTOTAL Software Demo (downloadable version)
- Quick Start Your Appraisal Career booklet (accessible online)
- OREA application and State Board Information
- NAREA National Association Membership (when you pass the state exam)
60-Hour Additional Appraisal Courses – Current AQB regulations require you to complete an additional 60 hours of education to get your appraisal license. Allied’s Residential Market Analysis and Highest and Best Use (15 Hours), Residential Appraiser Site Valuation and Cost Approach (15 Hours) and Residential Sales Comparison and Income Approaches (30 Hours) provide you with the hours you need.
2012-2013 15-Hour National USPAP Course - This course provides you with information on the generally-accepted and recognized standards of appraisal practice in the United States. Learn the rules used in appraising the value of property.
The final exams require a proctor. It's easy - we'll show you what to do. Your next step will be to schedule a date for your licensing exam with the state. Allied will let you know how to sign up for the exam. Our leading exam preparation materials will help you pass the first time!
Exam Preparation Online
These materials provide you with self-assessment tests and comprehensive practice exams to prepare you for the state appraisal license exam. Get the hands-on practice you need to successfully answer the questions you will face.
No-Cost Professional Membership
After you have completed Allied's Appraisal Licensing Package and passed the state exam, you'll receive a No-Cost one-year membership to the National Association of Real Estate Appraisers (NAREA). There is no cost to you - this is a benefit of choosing Allied! The membership will provide you with all of the advantages given to NAREA members (upon approval).