About this Course
Explore the real estate appraisal process in-depth and understand how real estate valuation works.
You'll learn appraisal basics, like key terms, value principles and theories, and different approaches to appraising real estate. You'll discover how the dynamics of the market impact value.
We'll also discuss federal regulations, along with the critical traits and ethical conduct that you want in a qualified appraiser.
Finally, we'll look at case studies to help you understand the real-world implications of everything you've learned.
This course satisfies 3 elective (#40641) credits in Texas.
What You Get
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- The Role of an Appraiser
- Federal Legislation and National Agencies
- Value Principles
- The Dynamics of the Real Estate Market
- Approaches to Appraisal
- The Appraisal Process
- Real Estate Practice
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Your course will expire one (1) year after you purchase it (the date you submit payment), unless the course itself indicates otherwise.
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