Another answer to the appraiser shortage? Eliminate 4-year degree requirement

New education and training requirements proposed by the Appraisal Foundation’s Appraisal Quality Board task force would ease the education burden to enter the field. Instead of requiring four-year college degrees, trainees could instead pass a college-level equivalency program equivalent to 21 semester hours of coursework (basically, an associate’s degree). In addition, candidates will be able to complete their training online, via a Capstone-type training program.
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Jynell Berkshire

Ms. Berkshire is the founding attorney of BERKSHIRE LAW. Ms. Berkshire is a seasoned attorney who focuses her practice on real estate and business law, government relations, and certified business enterprises services. Read More >

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