- The candidate must complete 200 classroom hours of board-approved courses covering the topics required by the FREAB in subjects related to real estate appraisal. This must include 15 hours of the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice(USPAP). Past courses may be approved by the board and could be substituted on an-hour-for-hour basis.
- You must provide proof of satisfactory completion of either a 2 year associates degree or higher, OR a total of 21 semester hours consisting of: English Composition; Principles of Economics, (either Macro or Micro); Finance; Algebra; Geometry or higher mathematics; Statistics; Computer Science; and either Business Law or Real Estate Law.
- The candidate must submit a completed application, fingerprint card, and appropriate fee.
- On an RE 2300 Form, you must provide evidence of 2,500 hours of real property appraisal experience obtained over a 24-month period in real property appraisal by furnishing under oath a detailed statement of the experience for each year of experience claimed. The experience claimed must have been acquired in no less than 24 months. Upon request, the applicant must provide the appraisal board, for its examination, copies of appraisal reports to support the claim for experience.
- You will need to pass the Residential National Exam and Florida Supplemental Exam.
- All appraisers are now required to register the firm or business name where they will conduct appraisal services. To do so, you must submit a completed Change of Status RE-2065-1 form to the Department.
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