Become a Property Data Collector
Gain new insight into real estate while increasing your income with our Property Data Collection course!
How to Become a Property Data Collector
Complete our 5-hour training course at your own pace.
Pass the exam to prove your new skills
Fulfill your new income potential.
Is Property Data Collection Right for You?
Becoming a Property Data Collector is a great option if you’re ready to earn extra money, expand your skillset, or start a new career in the real estate industry.
Unlike appraisers who have comprehensive knowledge of property standards used to determine market value, Property Data Collectors only record information. As the title suggests, they collect data related to floor plan details, structural materials, and any significant issues related to structural integrity and safety. Lenders use this data for low-risk loans when the appraisal is waived, or appraisers use it as foundational information during a “desktop appraisal.”
Your Path to Property Data Collector Starts Here
Whether you’re already established in real estate or exploring new career options, we can help you gain fresh knowledge and earn more income.
This five-hour course offers you:
- Consistent and comprehensive training in property data collection
- End-of-course assessment to confirm your new skills and competencies
- Online, self-paced class that allows you to work around your busy life schedule
Property Data Collection – A Comprehensive Beginner’s Guide
Five-hour Property Data Collector course includes an end-of-course exam to test your new skills.
Frequently Asked Questions About Becoming a Property Data Collector
Who can become a Property Data Collector
You must be able to pass a background check, but otherwise, there are no barriers to becoming a Property Data Collector. This skill is ideal for:
- Real estate agents seeking an additional income stream,
- Trainee appraisers who want to gain additional field experience
- Photographers wanting to expand their work options
- Anyone seeking a gateway into a new career path or wanting a flexible way to bring in extra income.
What will I learn in the Property Data Collection course?
By the end of the course, you’ll be able to:
- Use technology to scan property and record observations
- Identify property characteristics, such as building materials, utility information, and room types
- Measure properties to create floor plans and square footage information, and much more.
How do I earn my Property Data Collector certificate?
At the end of the five-hour course, you’ll complete an exam to test your knowledge. Upon passing the exam, you’ll receive a Certificate of Completion to show lenders that you have the knowledge and experience necessary to complete assignments. With this in hand, you can start earning income and gaining experience as a Property Data Collector!