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Appraisal Course

Residential Sales Comparison and Income Approaches

Hours: 30.00-$400.00

Approval #: 0009289

With a focus on two of the primary approaches used to value real property, this course reviews the income property principles that affect the appraisal of residential properties. Interactive problems and case studies help illustrate the key concepts in practical ways. In addition, this course sets a foundation for more advanced general appraiser classes by touching on the principles of income capitalization. 

Following the course material is a mandatory three-hour proctored exam that must be taken in a monitored setting. An HP12C calculator is also required for certain portions of this course. 

 

Basic Appraisal Procedures

 

Hours: 30.00-$400.00

Approval #: 0009290

As one of the foundational courses for the appraisal profession, Basic Appraisal Procedures builds on the Basic Appraisal Principles course and introduces the steps for appraising all types of real property. Your instructor will review the three approaches to value, including: the Cost Approach, Sales Comparison Approach, and the Income Capitalization Approach. Each of these approaches are broken down and explored in the chapters with real-world examples. This course concludes with a three-hour proctored exam that must be taken in a monitored setting. 

 

Basic Appraisal Principles

 

Hours: 30.00-$400.00

Approval #: 0009291

As one of the foundational courses for the appraisal profession, Basic Appraisal Principles provides an in-depth look at real property concepts, characteristics and legal descriptions with particular focus on how those influence real estate values. Your instructor will detail the different types of values and the economic principles that affect the real estate market, as well as the methods used to analyze those markets and the ethical norms that guide appraisers through the valuation process. The course concludes with a three-hour proctored exam that must be taken in a monitored setting. 

 

All Applicants must take:

3.00 Hours of Florida Appraisal Laws  

15.00 Hours National USPAP Course: http://www.myappraisalinstitute.org