REEDC’s New York Appraisal Programs

Certified Residential Appraiser


Certified Residential Appraiser License

A Certified Residential Appraiser is an advanced designation that allows one to accept more profitable Appraisal assignments than a Licensed Appraiser. This is a more profitable tier within the real estate appraisal profession, however with great earnings comes a need for higher skills within the valuation process, and therefore this classification also requires a Bachelors’s Degree.

Certified Residential Appraisers are entrusted to value more expensive real properties such as luxury condos and mansions. With a more affluent clientele comes a necessity for greater skill and business savvy.

Certified Residential Appraiser Requirements

 Education:  (200 hours) plus *Bachelor’s Degree or higher in any field
In this category: R-1 and R-2 are accepted as equivalent to R-5 and R-6

You must take all required courses to become a Appraisal Apprentice Plus:

  • Advanced Residential Applications and Case Studies (R-11) 15 hours
  • Fair Housing, Fair Lending and Environmental Issues (RE-2) 20 hours
  • Statistics, Modeling and Finance (SMF) 15 hours
Certified Residential Appraiser Package
  • R11: Advanced Residential Applications & Case Studies
  • RE:2 Fair Housing, Fair Lending & Environmental Issues
  • SMF: Statistics, Modeling and Finance
  • 2-hour Coaching Session
  • Quarterly Career Assessment Review

$1,500 Value

Certified General Appraiser Courses Available for Individual Purchase:

Review various case studies pertaining to the appraisal industry. This 15-hour course is part of the Certified Residential Appraiser series.

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15 Hours

Learn about the importance of Fair Housing and Fair Lending in the scope of the real estate appraisal field. $350
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20 Hours

In this course students will learn how to interpret statistics, valuation models and finance. $350
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15 Hours