Laguna Hills, CA, January 12, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Allied Real Estate Schools recently launched the revised Federal and State Laws and Regulations course, making it among the first approved providers to offer the course with a final exam for both qualifying and continuing education (QE and CE) and meeting the new Bureau of Real Estate Appraisers requirement.
The newly revised Federal and State Laws and Regulations course has been added to Allied’s California Real Estate Appraisal Residential Licensing Program at no additional cost, offering a total of 158 hours of education to California real estate appraisal
students. The course is also available as a CE option. In addition to including a final exam, it also meets QE for anyone applying for a trainee or residential license.
“As an appraiser education provider, we wanted to make sure we were meeting this new requirement as soon as possible and providing the course our students need,” said Michael Eagan, director of admissions and marketing at Allied Real Estate Schools. “We remain steadfast in our goal to provide the highest quality of education and staying current with our course offerings.”
Beginning January 1, 2017, the BREA instituted new requirements related to Federal and State Laws and Regulations education. All initial and reciprocal applicants need to complete a BREA approved course, which includes a final examination, prior to receiving a license, and is in addition to all other required education.
Allied’s Federal and State Laws and Regulations course is designed to comply with the requirement established by California for each state-licensed or certified real property appraiser to take four hours of education on federal and state laws and regulations. The course objectives include:
· Identify definitions found in the Financial Institution's Reform, Recovery, and Enforcement Act, and specify appraisal industry reforms under selected titles in the Dodd-Frank Act.
· Recall state laws and regulations as they relate to the legal definitions of industry terms, the establishment of the Bureau of Real Estate Appraisers (BREA), the application process, renewal procedures, fees, professional conduct, appraisal management company registration, and disciplinary actions.
Students can enroll in the Federal and State Laws and Regulations Course as part of the 158-Hour California Real Estate Appraisal Residential Licensing Program for $888. Additionally, the course is available with the 28-Hour and 49-Hour California Appraisal License Renewal Packages or as a standalone renewal option. More information can be found at www.RealEstateLicense.com
About Allied Real Estate Schools
Allied Real Estate Schools is a division of Allied Business Schools, Inc, which is an accredited online career training school that offers a variety of real estate programs, including real estate licensing, appraisal licensing, broker licensing, mortgage licensing, property management and home inspection. Allied offers convenient and flexible online learning for today's working adults nationwide.
With over one million enrollment to date, Allied Business Schools, Inc. has been a leader in online education since 1992. For more information about Allied's real estate course offerings, please visit www.RealEstateLicense.com or call (800) 617-3513. Also, connect with Allied on social media via Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and LinkedIn.