National Residential Appraisers Institute
Providing Professional Designations and Membership

 Course Descriptions


7 Hour Advanced Single Family

Real Estate CEU's: 7 credit hours
Appraiser CEU's:    7 credit hours


What is the true market value of property in your area? How do you justify price for a property with more or less features than comparable sales? The student will be taken line for line through the Sandie Mae 704 and 1004 URAR forms and be given many helpful hints and procedures in completing the forms properly. The student will learn the three approaches used in appraisal, the cost, income, and sales comparison approach  A must course for the Realtor who want to list homes priced to sell and for the benefit of their client. This course provides the full scope of valuing a property for listing or appraisal purposes.

14 Hour Advanced Single Family

Real Estate CEU's: 14 credit hours
Appraiser CEU's:    14 credit hours
Pre-Certification:     15 credit hours (with exam)

This 14 hour version of the Advanced Single Family class expands upon the 7 hour version concluding with an exam for the attainment of pre-cert hours.

Real Estate Financing & Financial Planning 103
Real Estate CEU's: 3 credit hours
Appraiser CEU's:    3 credit hours


Explanation of the Federal 1003 Loan Application, understanding credit reports, qualifying the buyer, and financial planning in real estate.


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"Very practical and easily understood. A MUST course for realtors and appraisers."

- John Lynch- President, Lynch & Company

"What I learned here sure beats going out and winging as most agents do."

- Timothy Roche - Realty One

"This class has filled in the blanks left from previous classes, regarding the cost approach and reconciliation of value."

- Robert Harman - Harman Enterprises

"Best money I've ever spent for real estate education. It has enhanced my business tremendously."

- Terilynn Klement - Sweda GMAC

"This is a must course for any sales agent on pricing a home properly! Great instructions in down to earth language with humor!"


2012 National Residential Appraisers Institute