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SERIES IN PROGRESS | Appraisal Qualifying Education Trainee Series | Charlotte | January 2018
January 20, 2018 from 9:00 am - March 11, 2018 from 5:00 pm EST$430 – $1950
NC Appraisal Qualifying Education “Trainee” Series – January 2018
Each class below has an in-class exam at the end. The fee includes all books and handouts. Applicants holding a Bachelor’s degree are eligible to become a Certified Residential Appraiser or Certified General Appraiser. A high school diploma is required to become a trainee.
Class will start at 9:00 AM and end at 5:00 PM of each day listed below. Each of these courses are required to fill out an application with the NC Appraisal Board.
Basic Appraisal Principles (30 hours; 4 days) $550
January 20, 21 | Instructor Pat Kelly | Hampton Inn & Suites-Arrowood
January 27, 28 | Instructor Pat Kelly | Hampton Inn & Suites-Arrowood
Basic Appraisal Procedures (30 hours; 4 days) $550
February 10, 11 | Instructor Pat Kelly | Hampton Inn & Suites-Arrowood
February 17, 18 | Instructor Pat Kelly | Hampton Inn & Suites-Arrowood
Residential Market Analysis Highest and Best Use (15 hours; 2 days) $430
February 24, 25 | Instructor Pat Kelly | Hampton Inn & Suites-Arrowood
15-Hour National USPAP Course (15 hours; 2 days) $540
March 10, 11 | Instructor Mel Black | Hampton Inn & Suites-Arrowood
As of January 1, 2015, an additional Supervisory Appraiser/Trainee Appraiser Course is required for all applicants to the NC Appraisal Board for Trainee States and for all supervisors adding a trainee after this date. (Course is not part of the series but offered through BrightPath, please sign up separately) Supervisory/Trainee Course
Room rates are available to students from $129 per night, contact us to learn more.
Please Note: Basic Appraisal Principles shall be a prerequisite to taking Basic Appraisal Procedures, and Basic Appraisal Procedures shall be a prerequisite to taking Residential Market Analysis and Highest and Best Use. The 15 hour USPAP course may be taken any time after the successful completion of Basic Appraisal Procedures.