Florida Appraisal License School | McKissock Learning

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Choose only the courses you need for your license, or use the key below the table to customize your learning according to your license aspirations. All are included with your subscription.

Through our exclusive livestream package, learn live and online from experienced Florida instructors — without ever setting foot inside a classroom. Enjoy Q&A sessions with your instructors, and engage with other appraisal students like you.

Led by appraisal experts, live webinars get you the info you need and you can interact with your instructor.

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  • 5 and 7-day Study Calendars Included by course
  • Weekly 1-hour Instructor-Led Q&A Sessions – Thursdays from 8-9:00 pm ET
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Basic Appraisal Principles

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS: 

  • Summarize the educational requirements for appraisers
  • Define a market and explain the characteristics of a market
  • Summarize the process of market analysis

Take an in-depth look at how real property concepts, characteristics, and legal descriptions influence real estate values. This is a foundational course for other advanced appraisal courses.COURSE HIGHLIGHTS:

Basic Appraisal Procedures

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS: 

  • Review the three approaches to value, including: the Cost Approach, Sales Comparison Approach, and the Income Capitalization Approach 
  • Explore real-world examples of each approach to value

Continue to establish your foundation for the appraisal profession by learning the steps for appraising all types of real property.COURSE HIGHLIGHTS:

2020-2021 15-hr National USPAP Course

2020-2021 15-Hour National USPAP Course (effective January 1, 2020 through December 31, 2022)

Familiarize yourself with the 2020-2021 Uniform Standard of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP).

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS: 
-Explore changes to the 2020-2021 version of USPAP 
-Dive into demanding and complex appraisal problems 
-Gain insights on how to confidently put forth property appraisals that adhere to USPAP standards

Familiarize yourself with the 2020-2021 Uniform Standard of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP).COURSE HIGHLIGHTS:-Explore changes to the 2020-2021 version of USPAP-Dive into demanding and complex appraisal problems-Gain insights on how to confidently put forth property appraisals that adhere to USPAP standards

FL Trainee Appraiser Subject Matter Electives

The course is organized into chapters, and there is a chapter-ending quiz associated with each one. You must successfully pass the quiz to gain access to the next chapter.  You will also encounter incremental mini-quizzes within the chapters.  These must also be successfully completed in order to progress through the course materials. 
Periodically within the course materials, you will encounter little speaker icons. When you find them, please make sure your speakers are turned on. Then click on the icon and hear a message from your instructor.
This course first looks at five specialized areas of appraisal practice:

Environmental issues

Appraising 2- to 4-family residential properties

Appraising manufactured homes

Residential Construction

Green building

Section 1 begins with a description of three environmental problems that an appraiser may encounter: radon, mold, and lead paint. It also investigates environmental issues such as indoor air pollutants, wetlands, brownfields and indoor air pollutants. Then environmental reporting is addressed.
The second and third sections of the course cover how to appraise specialized property types. First, the process of appraising 2- to 4-unit residential properties is covered in detail. Then, manufactured homes are defined, illustrated and the appraisal process for them is detailed.
The fourth section details residential construction practices from the basement to the roof. It also covers site development and mechanical systems.
The fifth section of the course provides an introduction to green building, and addresses how green features can affect all three of the traditional valuation approaches. 
Then, there are two sections that are specific to the State of Florida:

Supervisor Appraiser-Trainee Appraiser Relationships

Florida Appraiser Law

There is a required one-hour proctored final examination.

Supervisor-Trainee Course for Florida

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS: 

  • Increase your understanding of the responsibilities and obligations of both the Trainee Appraiser and the Supervisory Appraiser within the context of the Trainee – Supervisor relationship 
  • Learn the applicable state and local jurisdictional requirements 
  • Review relevant USPAP obligations

The Supervisor-Trainee Appraiser course addresses the requirements and responsibilities of supervisory appraisers as well as expectations for Trainee Appraisers. This course meets the requirements established by the Appraiser Qualifications Board (AQB) of The Appraisal Foundation in its 2015 and 2018 Real Property Appraiser Qualification Criteria.COURSE HIGHLIGHTS:

104-hr The Basics Package

If you are looking to start your career in the appraisal profession then this package includes all of the 100 hours needed to fulfill the education requirements and get started as an Appraiser Trainee. To view state specific education requirements, click HERE. Enroll now to get started on your new career.

104-hr The Basics Package

Basic Appraisal Principles

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS: 

  • Summarize the educational requirements for appraisers
  • Define a market and explain the characteristics of a market
  • Summarize the process of market analysis

Take an in-depth look at how real property concepts, characteristics, and legal descriptions influence real estate values. This is a foundational course for other advanced appraisal courses.COURSE HIGHLIGHTS:

Basic Appraisal Procedures

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS: 

  • Review the three approaches to value, including: the Cost Approach, Sales Comparison Approach, and the Income Capitalization Approach 
  • Explore real-world examples of each approach to value

Continue to establish your foundation for the appraisal profession by learning the steps for appraising all types of real property.COURSE HIGHLIGHTS:

2020-2021 15-hr National USPAP Course

2020-2021 15-Hour National USPAP Course (effective January 1, 2020 through December 31, 2022)

Familiarize yourself with the 2020-2021 Uniform Standard of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP).

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS: 
-Explore changes to the 2020-2021 version of USPAP 
-Dive into demanding and complex appraisal problems 
-Gain insights on how to confidently put forth property appraisals that adhere to USPAP standards

Familiarize yourself with the 2020-2021 Uniform Standard of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP).COURSE HIGHLIGHTS:-Explore changes to the 2020-2021 version of USPAP-Dive into demanding and complex appraisal problems-Gain insights on how to confidently put forth property appraisals that adhere to USPAP standards

FL Trainee Appraiser Subject Matter Electives

The course is organized into chapters, and there is a chapter-ending quiz associated with each one. You must successfully pass the quiz to gain access to the next chapter.  You will also encounter incremental mini-quizzes within the chapters.  These must also be successfully completed in order to progress through the course materials. 
Periodically within the course materials, you will encounter little speaker icons. When you find them, please make sure your speakers are turned on. Then click on the icon and hear a message from your instructor.
This course first looks at five specialized areas of appraisal practice:

Environmental issues

Appraising 2- to 4-family residential properties

Appraising manufactured homes

Residential Construction

Green building

Section 1 begins with a description of three environmental problems that an appraiser may encounter: radon, mold, and lead paint. It also investigates environmental issues such as indoor air pollutants, wetlands, brownfields and indoor air pollutants. Then environmental reporting is addressed.
The second and third sections of the course cover how to appraise specialized property types. First, the process of appraising 2- to 4-unit residential properties is covered in detail. Then, manufactured homes are defined, illustrated and the appraisal process for them is detailed.
The fourth section details residential construction practices from the basement to the roof. It also covers site development and mechanical systems.
The fifth section of the course provides an introduction to green building, and addresses how green features can affect all three of the traditional valuation approaches. 
Then, there are two sections that are specific to the State of Florida:

Supervisor Appraiser-Trainee Appraiser Relationships

Florida Appraiser Law

There is a required one-hour proctored final examination.

Supervisor-Trainee Course for Florida

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS: 

  • Increase your understanding of the responsibilities and obligations of both the Trainee Appraiser and the Supervisory Appraiser within the context of the Trainee – Supervisor relationship 
  • Learn the applicable state and local jurisdictional requirements 
  • Review relevant USPAP obligations

The Supervisor-Trainee Appraiser course addresses the requirements and responsibilities of supervisory appraisers as well as expectations for Trainee Appraisers. This course meets the requirements established by the Appraiser Qualifications Board (AQB) of The Appraisal Foundation in its 2015 and 2018 Real Property Appraiser Qualification Criteria.COURSE HIGHLIGHTS:

Appraisal Instructor-Led Q&A – Thursdays 8:00 pm ET

Basic Appraisal Principles – Printed Textbook

When you can’t be tethered to a computer, the printed version of your pre-licensing course allows you to read the material wherever you are. You can also use it to take notes and highlight important sections.  This printed version will be mailed shortly after enrollment.

Basic Appraisal Procedures – Printed Textbook

When you can’t be tethered to a computer, the printed version of your pre-licensing course allows you to read the material wherever you are. You can also use it to take notes and highlight important sections.  This printed version will be mailed shortly after enrollment.

FL Trainee Appraiser Subject Matter Electives – Printed Textbook

When you can’t be tethered to a computer, the printed version of your pre-licensing course allows you to read the material wherever you are. You can also use it to take notes and highlight important sections.  This printed version will be mailed shortly after enrollment.

104-hr Advanced Pro Package

If you are looking to start your career in the appraisal profession then this package includes everything needed to fulfill the education requirements and get started as an Appraiser Trainee plus a couple of premium items that will allow you to experience all the interactive advantages of a classroom in an online course. In the Live Q & A sessions, you can ask any questions you have and receive direct, personalized support from our appraisal experts as you progress at your own pace. Printed textbooks are physical copies of the course content. **Our licensing approval requires that textbooks be mailed after course completion. To view state specific education requirements, click HERE. Enroll now to start your career today.

104-hr Advanced Pro Package

Payment plan

104-hr Advanced Pro Package

104-hr Advanced Pro Package Payment Plan

Payment #1 – 08/29/2022

$815.00

Payment #2 – 09/29/2022

$407.50

Payment #3 – 10/29/2022

$407.50

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