Part Time Residential Appraiser
I currently work 14 days per month, 12 hour shifts. So, I have more time off than a regular M-F job. Can I get my license and work part time until I get the experience to support my family doing it full time?
Hi, Matt – thank you so much for your question! The real estate appraiser licensing process varies by state so the time commitment is also state-specific. However, most states allow aspiring appraisers to take either in-person or online training courses before gaining work experience under the supervision of a licensed real property appraiser. This means you can schedule coursework in a way that works with your unique schedule.
Once you’re ready to earn the required pre-licensing experience as a trainee appraiser, find a licensed mentor who is willing to work with your existing schedule.
For more information on the general appraisal licensing process, visit our article here. Just be sure to confirm your state’s licensing requirements before starting a course or choosing a mentor to work with.
If you’re looking for online appraiser training, check out our buyer’s guide here.
Best of luck,
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