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California Appraisal Course Training

Get your License Now Online! - Full Qualifying Course or Sections. The real estate appraiser industry is growing rapidly throughout California. Our school offers online course training to begin a career in appraisal. By studying on your own time, you can successfully complete the course and become a licensed California real estate appraiser.

The virtual school classes will provide an interactive aspect to learning the industry and reward you with the appraisal credentials to build a career in California. Many appraisal professionals will work for themselves or work with real estate agents and other financial people and institutions.

While learning to become a California real estate appriaser, the concepts you will be exposed to include:

Real Estate Values

Property Description

Legal Issues

Supply and Demand

Contracts and more

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License Courses:

Full 150 Hour Appraisal Prelicense Class Requirement - This course covers the full 150 hour class requirement for real estate appraiser license in CA. There is a 15 hour portions dealing with Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice and the 75 Hour Qualifying Course for Licensing and the 15 Hour USPAP course.

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There are also California continuing education classes available. Keeping an appraiser license active requires periodic CE training. You will be notified of this once you get your license.

CE requirements include:

Completing 14 hours of continuing education each year in which the license is valid for six months or more. Proof of the continuing education hours must be submitted every other renewal period (every 4 years). California Appraisers must take a minimum of 4 hours of Federal and California Appraisal related statutory and regulatory law.