Know The Facts on Real Estate Appraiser Education

Know The Facts on Real Estate Appraiser Education

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Know The Facts on Real Estate Appraiser Education
Real estate appraiser educational requirements vary, depending on the specifications of each employer and the state in which the property assessment takes place. Many employers have the same requirements as the state does, including a license and certification. However, some employers may be able to employ someone for property assessment, that has lesser qualifications that that which is required by the state.
 
 
 
The specific types of property assessment will likely influence real estate appraisal education requirements. Each type of property assessment may require differing numbers of educational hours and the administration of different types of tests. 
 
 
 
For example, recommendations for a licensed residential property assessor or may require two thousand hours experience and one hundred and fifty hours of education, followed by an exam. If that same individual wished to become certified and licensed, they would need an extra five hundred hours experience and an extra fifty hours education, followed by a more comprehensive exam.
 
 
 
 
 
It is generally required that individuals wishing to become certified, have an associate’s degree or the equivalent in classroom experience. The classes required to become a real estate appraiser may be taken online or in person. Specific classes will vary slightly, depending where they are taken. The final exam must be taken in person so that the identity of the test taker can be verified.
 
 

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