28-hr Self-Paced Online Renewal Package

$550.00
Online
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Mandatory
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2022-2023 7-hour National USPAP Update Course

7 Hours

This is the 7-Hour National Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) Update Course, as developed by The Appraisal Foundation (Foundation). The course focuses on how to use the USPAP publication to help solve appraisal issues that affect daily appraisal practice. 

7 Hours
Online
Elective
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The FHA Handbook 4000.1

7 Hours
Familiarize yourself with the requirements of the Single Family Housing Policy Handbook, or Handbook 4000.1,  the “go-to” handbook for appraisers and lenders. 

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS: 
  • Walk through revisions to FHA appraisal requirements and protocols 
  • Get a better grasp of FHA structure 
  • Learn how to stay updated on future FHA requirements 
  • Pocket useful tips and insights to FHA updates and requirements. 
7 Hours
Online
Elective
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Appraising for the VA

5 Hours
The VA loan guaranty program plays a vital role in making housing affordable for veterans and their families, and VA panel appraisers are an important part of this program. This course is intended for both current VA panel appraisers and appraisers who are considering applying to be on the VA panel. The course examines the appraisal-related aspects of the VA loan guaranty program and the appraiser’s obligations when performing a VA appraisal. 
5 Hours
Online
Elective
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That's a Violation

4 Hours
With disciplinary cases against appraisers on the rise, this course will walk you through violations and offer ideas on how to avoid them in your appraisals. 

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS: 
  • Walk through violations prosecuted by state appraisal enforcement agencies and their associated sanctions  
  • Go in-depth with the applicability of USPAP and examples of significant willful violations and minor errors that affect the credibility of assignment results 
  • Review The Appraisal Foundation’s Voluntary Disciplinary Action Matrix and apply it to real-life case studies
4 Hours
Online
New!
Elective
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Market Disturbances-Appraisals in Atypical Markets and Cycles

3 Hours
Market analysis is a fundamental cornerstone in completing a credible appraisal.  This course is intended to assist appraisers in understanding the need for and requirements to develop a sound market analysis in residential appraisal assignments. 
Special emphasis will be given in researching and analyzing markets in atypical scenarios and cycles such as areas impacted by environmental disturbances such as hurricanes and fires and economic turbulences such as real estate bubbles, bursts and pandemics.
The course begins with a brief discussion as to why a market analysis is an integral part of the appraisal process and is followed by numerous case studies showing research, analysis and reporting strategies.
Course Learning Objectives
At the conclusion of this course, participants will be able to:
Determine whether a current event indicates an increasing or declining market or a possible housing bubble or bust.
Identify various methods for researching, analyzing, and presenting market supply and demand factors.
Apply market studies to support conclusions for the three approaches to value.
List various resources residential appraisers can utilize for market analysis.
3 Hours
Online
Mandatory
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Pennsylvania State Mandated Law for Appraisers

2 Hours
Designed to increase professionalism for appraisers in Pennsylvania, this course fulfills the mandatory two-hour PA appraisal law requirement for continuing education for PA certified real estate appraisers. 

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS 
  • Go in-depth on the laws and regulations that pertain to appraisers in the Commonwealth 
  • Learn the powers and duties of the State Board of Certified Real Estate Appraisers
2 Hours

Appraisal Continuing Education Course Ratings and Reviews

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