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 ABQ approved and 100% online to make sure you get the best education available. Select which appraisal license program you’re interested in below.
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.
There are four (4) different types of Texas appraisers: Appraiser Trainee, Licensed Appraiser, Certified Residential Appraiser and Certified General Appraiser.
Complete seventy-five (75) hours of approved appraisal pre-license education and complete a 4-hour supervisor/trainee course.
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.
To become a licensed appraiser you will need to have:
Yes, Allied meets the Texas state requirements for providing a real estate appraisal trainee education.
Allied is an accredited 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.
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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The 79-Hour Texas Appraisal Trainee Package provides 75 hours of pre-license appraisal education, plus an additional four hours that focus on trainee/supervisor training and the responsibilities that they have in the overall appraisal process. This package will help you prepare to get your trainee license and is the starting point for a new Texas appraisal career.
The 15-Hour National USPAP Course is a requirement for all new appraisal students, providing information on the generally-accepted and recognized standards of appraisal practice in the United States.
The 75-Hour Appraisal Licensing Package is the next step after you have achieved trainee status and met applicable state requirements. It provides the additional 75 hours of pre-licensing education you need, with a focus on residential market analysis and highest and best use, site valuation and cost, report writing, and sales comparison to meet the education requirements.
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.