1951 Hoover Ct, Birmingham, AL 35226

Home Appraisal Course (Internet Only)

Home Appraisal Course (Internet Only)

$795.00
Description

MY Real Estate School is partnering with Career Webschool to offer Appraisal Qualifying and Continuing Education courses in Alabama.

Boy has the computer made the impossible possible in so many life situations! You can now take the required Appraisal Course by computer on the internet.

There have been people that would've been fantastically successful appraisers in the real estate business.. but never was able to take the course! Their work schedules or family responsibilities didn't fit with the course schedules offered in traditional classrooms.

Register for the computer version and take the course at your own pace, on your own schedule and wear your pajamas if you want to!

The information contained below is designed to provide a summary of the minimum education, experience, and examination requirements established by the Alabama Real Estate Appraiser Board. http://www.reab.state.al.us The information provided below can be found on the Board's website.

Education and Experience Requirements
  • The "Trainee Real Property Appraiser" - no experience required. Applicant must provide proof of 75 classroom hours of appraisal education completed during last ten years, including 15 hours of the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice during last two years.Trainee's appraisal experience must be under the direct supervision of a Licensed or Certified Real Property appraiser. If the Trainee plans to use these experience points as part of the experience needed for licensure, the work must be included in the Trainee's assignment log, and the appraisal report must be signed by the supervising appraiser.

  • The "State Registered Real Property Appraiser" - Applicant must have a minimum of 100 points of actual appraisal experience, which represents approximately 1000 hours, during the last five years. Applicant must provide proof of 75 classroom hours of appraisal education completed during last ten years, including fifteen hours of the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice during the last two years.

  • The "Licensed Real Property Appraiser" - Applicant must have been an appraiser in two of the last five calendar years and have a minimum of 200 points of actual appraisal experience, which represents approximately 2000 hours. Applicant must provide proof of 90 classroom hours of appraisal education completed during last ten years, including fifteen hours of the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice during the last two years.

  • The "Certified Residential Real Property Appraiser" - Applicant must have been an appraiser in two of the last five calendar years, with a minimum of 250 points of actual appraisal experience, which represents approximately 2500 hours. Applicant must provide proof of satisfactory completion of at least 135 in-class hours of appraisal related courses taken during last ten years, including a 15-hour Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice course taken during the last two years.

  • The "Certified General Real Property Appraiser" - Applicant must have been an appraiser in two of the last five calendar years, with a minimum of 300 points of actual appraisal experience, which represents approximately 3000 hours. At least 150 of the 300 points of experience must be in non-residential appraisals. Applicant must provide proof of satisfactory completion of at least 180 in-class hours of appraisal-related courses completed during last ten years, and including a 15-hour Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice course taken during the last two years.

License Renewal

Annual license notices will be mailed to all current licensees in the first week of August each year. The renewal forms with appropriate remittance should be sent to reach the Board no later than September 30 th. (September 30th postmarks will be honored.) Proof of Continuing education will not be due with the annual fees on the even number licensure years, but will be due in connection with the odd number years licensing fees renewal.

Appraisers must submit proof of 28 hours of continuing education credit with their odd number year renewal fees/application. At least 7 of these hours must be in approved USPAP. Remember that every appraiser must have a full fifteen-hour USPAP course with exam at least once every six years

Application for Appraisers License:
http://reab.state.al.us/pdf/RECIPROCAL_03.pdf

Register for this 75 hour. online course and take the course at your own pace on your own schedule!

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 System Requirements:
IBM PC compatible computer (minimum 350 mhz processor with 32 MB Ram. SVGA (800X600) video card, driver, monitor.

  • Microsoft windows 98/ME/2000/XP.
  • Microsoft standard Arial , Times New Roman, Symbol and windings fonts.
  • Internet connection (minimum 65kbps recommended).
  • Adobe Acrobat Reader (free download with course).
  • Computaught Showcase Active X control (free download with course).
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer Version 5.5 or higher (free download with course)



Are you interested in working in the real estate industry, but you are not sure if sales are the right area for you? Do you have an eye for detail and can remain self-motivated? Then chances are you are an ideal candidate for becoming a professional home appraiser.

Home appraisals play a huge role in determining a proper sales price, as well as what similar homes can list for. And you already know that My Real Estate School is the top name in Birmingham, AL real estate education; our home appraisal courses are even better now that we have teamed up Career Webschool.

Being a licensed real estate appraisal is the best of both ends of being involved in real estate. By utilizing clerical office tools and spending a large portion of time out in the field, you provide both the buyers and sellers with an objective professional opinion on their property. By being on the front lines of every real estate transaction, you are helping keep the local market fair and balanced.

As is the case with being a Realtor, becoming an appraiser has strict requirements. In addition to having the bare minimum of approximately 1,000 hours of professional appraisal experience within the past five years, applicants also need 75 hours of classroom time within the span of the past decade. Moreover, if you are looking to become licensed, you would need 2,000 hours!

In today’s market, more professionals are finding it difficult to be able to take 75 hours of their time to sit in a boring classroom. As is the case with a sales license, you could attempt to knock it all out in a marathon classroom setting. However, the appraisal can be far more technical than sales, and it can be difficult to cram so much information at once.

That is why, when you choose the school that has already proven to be the best for more Alabama professionals, you can enjoy learning at your own pace. With our 75 hours online classroom, anyone can become a real estate appraisal on his or her terms. There are no stuffy classrooms or boring lectures, and there’s no stress about leaving work to go to class.

Better yet, our home appraisal course is affordable. For just $795, you can learn from the comfort of your own home at your stride. That is only a dollar per hour of professional instruction!

Another way that our school can help more area professionals is with appraisal continuing education. As is the case with any legal form of service, continuing education is not only ideal for keeping current with new laws, regulations, and best practices; it is a requirement to keep practicing.

Whether you are trying to get your foot in the door or you have been practicing home appraisal for a long time, everyone can benefit from our online course. Convenient, affordable, and efficient, you will not find a better program anywhere else in the state. To make the most of your education, choose us for your course.



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