Texas Appraisal License Courses
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Want to start a new career as a Texas real estate appraiser? Or looking to fulfill your renewal hours? You’ve come to the right place. All of Allied Real Estate Schools appraisal courses are AQB approved and 100% online to make sure you get the best education available. Select which appraisal license program you’re interested in below.
Texas Appraisal License Information:
What are the general requirements to becoming an appraiser in Texas?
Applicants must be a legal U.S. citizen and at least 18 years old with a clean criminal record and a Texas resident for at least 60 days prior to submitting your appraisal license application.
What are the different types of appraisers in Texas?
There are four (4) different types of Texas appraisers: Appraiser Trainee, Licensed Appraiser, Certified Residential Appraiser and Certified General Appraiser.
What are the education requirements to becoming a Texas appraiser trainee?
Complete seventy-five (75) hours of approved appraisal pre-license education and complete a 4-hour supervisor/trainee course.
What are the experience requirements for becoming a Texas appraiser trainee?
As a trainee you will not be expected to have any previous appraisal work experience. However all trainees will need to acquire a sponsor while they learn the business. Sponsors will need to have a current Certified General or Certified Residential appraiser license. You cannot start working with you sponsor until your application has been approved.
How do I become a licensed appraiser after being a trainee?
To become a licensed appraiser you will need to have:
- 2,000 documented experience hours over at least a year
- 30 semester hours of college-level education
- Plus an additional 75 Hours of pre-license education (150 total hours)
What’s the minimum criteria for appraisal education by level?
- Appraiser Trainee: 75 hours pre-license education (plus4-hr Trainee/Supervisor course)
- Licensed Residential: 150 hours pre-license education, plus associate degree OR Thirty (30) semester credit hours
- Certified Residential: 200 hours pre-license education, plus bachelor’s degree
- Certified General: 300 hours pre-license education, plus bachelor’s degree
Is Allied Real Estate Schools an approved school for my appraisal trainee education?
Yes, Allied meets the Texas state requirements for providing a real estate appraisal trainee education.
Why should I choose Allied over another real estate school?
Allied is a trusted real estate school that offers online pre-license education. Courses are state approved and use up-to-date study information. For over 20 years, Allied has been helping people reach their real estate goals.
Does Allied offer exam prep to help prepare for the state exams?
Yes. Allied has helpful and relevant exam prep materials available for all types of real estate, appraisal, and loan originator licenses. You can take your state exam with confidence when you study with Allied’s up-to-date practice exams, which help you test your knowledge and pinpoint areas needing additional study.
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