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Looking to get an appraisal license or meet your CE requirements? Allied Real Estate Schools has the appraisal pre-license programs you need to sit for the Colorado state appraisal exam. And with 100% online courses, you can complete your education when it’s convenient for you. Get started on your ABQ approved appraisal license education below.
To become a real estate appraiser in the state of Colorado, here are the basic requirements to getting your appraisal license: complete your education and experience requirement, complete the background check requirement, submit application and materials, acquire errors and omissions (E&O) insurance, take and schedule the exam and submit examination results.
The license levels include: Licensed Appraiser; Certified Residential Appraiser and Certified General Appraiser. A license or certification is issued when the education, examination and experience requirements are met for that level of licensure.
The education requirements include 150 hours of qualifying education in the following areas: basic appraisal principles, basic appraisal procedures, 15-hour USPAP course or equivalent, residential market analysis and highest and best use, residential appraiser site valuation and cost approach, residential sales comparison and income approaches and residential report writing and case studies.
Additionally, you need an associate degree or higher OR successfully complete 30 semester hours of college-level education from an accredited college, junior college, community college or university.
You need to log 2,000 hours of experience obtained in no fewer than 12 months. Note: You must use the state-approved experience log.
Acquire 2,000 hours of work experience as a trainee in no less than a year, no more than 3 years. Complete 150 hours of pre-license education which includes a 15 hours USPAP course. Plus, have 30 semester hours of college-level education.
Complete 200 hours of qualifying education, which includes a 15 hour National USPAP course. Plus, have a bachelor’s degree of higher from an accredited college or university. Acquire 2,500 hours of work experience obtained on no fewer than 24 months. Note: You must use the state-approved experience log.
Yes, Allied is approved by the Colorado state appraisal agency to offer a pre-license real estate appraisal education.
Allied Real Estate Schools is a nationally recognized online school helping professionals reach their real estate educational goals for over twenty years. Allied has the most current state information to give you the best chance at passing your appraisal state test the first time around.
Yes. Allied has convenient, online exam prep, which helps you prepare for the state exam through interactive practice tests. You can determine which areas you know and which areas need additional study based on the comprehensive results, which also enable you to tailor your tests.
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The 150-Hour Colorado Real Estate Appraisal Residential Licensing Program provides 150 hours of pre-licensing appraisal education in one convenient package. You’ll receive everything you need to complete your education to become a Licensed Appraiser.
The Real Estate Appraisal Exam Prep Online helps you study with interactive, timed practice tests and mock state exam, which help you review important concepts, such as appraisal standards and ethics, cost approach, economic principles, highest and best use analysis, income approach, and many more – plus, you can effectively pinpoint topics needing extra attention.
As an existing appraiser, you are required to complete the 7-Hour National USPAP Update Course every two years with instruction in overall USPAP updates as well as issues that appraisers face in their daily appraisal assignments and common USPAP violations.
Upgrade your appraisal license with Allied’s 50-Hour Certified Residential Appraisal Package and get the education you need to change your license classification with coursework in the areas of Statistics, Modeling and Finance, Advanced Residential Applications and Case Studies, and Selected Topics in Appraisal.