Real Estate Appraiser
A career in real estate offers many benefits. Agents and appraisers generally work independently with flexible hours and days for either a company or as an independent contractor.
All relevant courses in the Real Estate Appraiser Program have been approved for either licensing, licensing upgrades, or continuing education by the Colorado Division of Real Estate and are college credited. The real estate appraisal courses are designed to give the student the theoretical and practical knowledge needed to function as a professional real estate appraiser. New courses developed by Hondros comply with the new education requirements commencing January 1, 2008 have also been approved by the Appraiser Qualifications Board.
2015-2016 Program Dates
Part-Time (Tuesday & Thursday, 5:30-8:30 p.m.)
- 8/25/2015 – 12/15/2015 and 4/26/2016 – 7/19/2016
- 1/5/2016 – 7/19/2016
- Total Contact Hours: 225
- Total Credit Hours: 14
- Estimated Program Cost: $1,484 plus books and materials
- The estimated costs are for reference only. Exact prices will be assigned during the registration process
What's the average pay for real estate appraisal jobs?
- Hourly Pay - $15.61
- Annual Salary - $32,471 + Commission
- Hourly Pay - $37.79
- Annual Salary - $78,613 + Commission
Commissions on sales are the main source of earnings. Commission rates vary depending on agreement, property type, and its value.
To what types of jobs do these skills apply?
- Real estate appraiser
- Construction building inspectors
- Urban and regional planners
- Manager-director: real estate
- Real estate agent
- Real estate manager
- Director real estate services
What types of companies might hire me?
- State/Local Government Agencies
- Federal Government Agencies
- Independent real estate agents
- Large real estate companies
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