|USPAP (must be taken in a classroom)||15 hrs|
|Basic Appraisal Principles||30 hrs|
|Basic Appraisal Procedures||30 hrs|
|Supervisor/Trainee Course (only allowed taken through the ALCB)||
|Residential Market Analysis & Highest and Best Use||15 hrs|
|Residential Appraiser Site Valuation & Cost Approach||15 hrs|
|Residential Sales Comparison & Income Approaches||30 hrs|
|Residential Report Writing & Case Studies||15 hrs|
No college level education is required.
One thousand (1,000) hours of experience are required to be obtained in no fewer than six (6) months. While the hours may be cumulative, the required number of months must accrue before an individual can be licensed.
|Residential Market Analysis & Highest and Best Use||
|Residential Appraiser Site Valuation and Cost Approach||
|Residential Sales Comparison and Income Approaches||
|Residential Report Writing & Case Studies||
|Statistics, Modeling and Finance||
|Advanced Residential Applications and Case Studies||
|Appraisal Subject Matter Electives (must be tested)||
Applicants for a Certified Residential credential must meet the Qualifying Education requirements outlined in Section V (C) of the AALCB Rules. Please see pages 26-29 of the AALCB Rules posted on our website.
One thousand five hundered (1,500) hours of experience obtained during no fewer than twelve (12) months is required. While the hours may be cumulative, the required number of months must accrue before an individual can be certified.
|General Appraiser Market Analysis and Highest and Best Use||30 hrs|
|Statistics, Modeling and Finance||15 hrs|
|General Appraiser Sales Comparison Approach||30 hrs|
|General Appraiser Site Valuation & Cost Approach||30 hrs|
|General Appraiser Income Approach||60 hrs|
|General Appraiser Report Writing & Case Studies||30 hrs|
|Appraiser Subject Matter Electives (must be tested)||30 hrs|
You must have a Bachelor’s degree or higher from an accredited college or university.
Three thousand (3,000) hours of experience obtained during no fewer than eighteen (18) months is required, of which, one thousand five hundred (1,500) hours must be in non-residential appraisal work. While the hours may be cumulative, the required number of months must accrue before an individual can be certified.