Reviews real estate concepts, legal aspects, markets, valuation, regulations, ethics and more. Satisfies real estate sales and appraisal state licensee education requirements.

Real estate topics include: sales and listing contracts; finance; buyer cost and net to seller estimates; mortgage fraud, fair housing; GREC law and regulations and more.

Review of three approaches to value; valuation procedures; report writing and options; mortgage fraud; rules and regulations and more. Dual state education credit available.

15-Hour National USPAP Course focuses on the requirements for ethical behavior and competent performance by appraisers 

Review of fundamental and advanced real estate practice, license law, trust accounting, office management, and necessary topics needed to operate a successful brokerage office.
Course reviews property taxes and assessments, grounds and timing for appeal, choices for appealing property taxes, the hearing process and how to prepare for the hearing with convincing support for your value conclusion.
Real Estate markets and housing prices are declining. Do you know how to recognize the issues and address new regulations - including the new FNMA 1004 MC form?
FHA programs can generate significant employment opportunities for appraisers. Get up to date on requirements for the FHA appraisal roster as well as protocol for conducting FHA appraisals. Review the new Appendix D to the 4150.2 handbook and mortgagee letters affecting real estate appraisers.
Informative class provides insight into how to determine value on challenging, complex, and difficult properties. Discussion involves what is a complex assignment, how to derive adjustments, and market analysis techniques. Optional exam allows appraisers to earn AQB advancement credit.