Kaplan Real Estate Education offers engaging live classroom courses at our Minnesota campus locations for the Residential Appraiser required education. These licensing courses have been approved for licensure in Wisconsin.
When you earn your Wisconsin Certified Residential Appraiser license, you will be permitted to appraise one- to four-unit residential properties without regard to value or complexity.
In order to earn your Certified Residential Appraiser license, you must pass a state licensing exam. To qualify for the exam, you must complete 200 creditable class hours of education (this includes the 150 hours you completed to become a Wisconsin Licensed Appraiser).
You also must hold an associate’s degree or higher from an accredited college, junior college, community college, or university. In lieu of the degree, you may successfully pass all of the following collegiate subject matter courses from an accredited institution:
Questions about the latest AQB qualification requirement changes? Get more information on our AQB New Requirements page.
If you’ve completed the required education, but still need to pass the exam, check out our Appraisal Review Crammer class.
|Select Your Course or Package||Credit |
|Live Class||Advanced Residential Applications and Case Studies Classroom Course (15-Credit Hours)||15||$429.00||View Details|
|Live Class||Mastering Unique and Complex Property Appraisals (Elective) Classroom Course (20-Credit Hours)||20||$499.00||View Details|
|Live Class||Statistics, Modeling & Finance Classroom Course (15-Credit Hours)||15||$429.00||View Details|