Residential Appraiser Site Valuation and Cost Approach
4.52 Average Rating
Residential Appraiser Site Valuation and Cost Approach has earned an average of 4.52 out of 5 stars from 3916 ratings.
With content designed to meet the requirements of the Appraiser Qualifications Board as part of the required Real Property Appraiser Qualification Criteria, this 15-hour course explores the fundamentals of site valuation and cost approach. It fulfills one of the elements of the AQB’s Required Core Curriculum for Licensed Residential Real Property Appraiser Classification and the Certified Residential Real Property Appraiser Classification. At the end of the course there is a required one-hour proctored exam that must take place in a monitored setting.
5. Cost Approach, Replacement/Reproduction Cost New
6. Costs - Unit-in-Place and Quantity Survey
7. Cost Approach, Accrued Depreciation
8. Cost Approach, Breakdown and Market Extraction Methods of Depreciation
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Benjamin L from
This program has an ease of use like any other. The formatting is perfect for at home or in office study. Would highly recommend.
Date published: 2021-03-02
Rated 4 out of
Charles B from
Well presented and relevant. Manageable working examples
Date published: 2021-03-01
Rated 4 out of
Bekki L from
I would be nice to do a zoom with the Teacher to go over the math problems.. It's hard to learn something you've never done before and putting it to real life.
Date published: 2021-02-25
Rated 2 out of
Courtney J from
All the other courses I've taken through McKissock have been helpful and straightforward. I especially love the practice exams at the end of each course because they *usually* help you to do well on the proctored exam. However, the proctored exam was 50 questions. The comprehensive review test for this course was only 16. I always scored well on the practice exam because it was pretty much the same 16 questions each time I retook it, but it set me up poorly for the proctored exam. Most of the questions on the real exam were not covered in the practice. I was very disappointed.
What can the proctor expect as far as their responsiblities? i assume they'll need to show some sort of ID?
Asked by: Daren
To find out information on choosing a proctor, you can click this link http://faqs.mckissock.com/category/proctored-exams/ If you have further questions on proctored exams, please feel free to contact us at 800-328-2008.
Answered by: McKissock
Date published: 2020-08-17
Where are the proctored exams given in Alabama?
Asked by: Barbi
Here are locations, posted by the AREC.