Agents are From Mars, Appraisers are From Venus
Gain a better understanding of the appraiser's role in residential sales
Video segments highlight important points
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|Category:||Real Estate > Continuing Education > Oregon > Real Estate Evaluation|
|Purpose:||Gain a better understanding of the appraiser's role in residential sales|
|Features:||online video, printable certificate|
Course ID: 1038-1127
Credit Hours Provided: 4
Category: Real Estate Evaluation
This course was created to provide a broad overview of the differences between agents and appraisers, and what they need to know about each other. The better they understand each other, the better they can serve their clients.
Students will learn and laugh at some of the common misconceptions throughout the industry. Although agents and appraisers work in the same industry, they often speak different languages. Take a look at each perspective and discover how both sides have more in common than you might think.
Agents and appraisers depend on each other to survive, and this class will help you work more efficiently with each other. A class unlike any other, written by a veteran appraiser who was first a real estate agent for ten years. The selection of "comparable sales" seems to be our biggest difference and we’ll examine more about this vital topic. Learn how agents view appraisers and see what appraisers say about agents. At the end of the day, this class will help agents and appraisers work better together.
The goal is to examine the roles of agents and appraisers and how they work together in the home-buying process and explore the many misconceptions they have about each other. And, to analyze the role of automated valuations in the real estate and mortgage lending businesses and how their growth is impacting both agents and appraisers. The ultimate goal being to help agents and appraisers better understand each other.
At the end of this course, you will be able to
This online course is divided into five chapters:
Each chapter contains video commentary from the author, reading materials, and an end-of-lesson quiz with a minimum passing score of 75%. An optional final exam is presented at the end of the course. A course completion certificate will be issued for Oregon real estate continuing education credit after the OREA-mandatory 4-clock-hour study time has been completed.
This course will remain available to students for 365 days after enrollment.
To provide superior distance education that exceeds industry standards and expectations in course content and delivery methods to those who seek to enter a new profession and those engaged in a profession.