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The Connecticut Real Estate Institute
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Connecticut Real Estate Salesperson

Educational Requirement:
     60 Hour Real Estate Principles and Practices*
                (*60 Hours In-Class Instruction / 70% School's Final Exam)

State Examination:  (Administered by an Independent Testing Service)
     General Examination  (Given in All States, 70% Minimum)
     State Examination  (State Specific, 70% Minimum)

Experience:
     None

Other Basic Requirements:
     18 Years
     Broker Sponsorship is Not Required To Take State Exam

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Connecticut Real Estate Broker

Educational Requirement:

     60 Hour Real Estate Principles and Practices
     30 Hour Basic Appraisal Practice or Basic Appraisal Procedure
     30 Hour Approved Real Estate Course

State Examination:  (Administered by an Independent Testing Service)
     General Examination  (Given in All States, 75% Minimum)
     State Examination  (State Specific, 75% Minimum)

Experience:

     Actively Engaged for a Least Two Years as a Licensed Real Estate Salesperson Under the Supervision of a Licensed Real Estate Broker in this State.

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State Provisional Licensed Appraiser

Educational Requirements:
     30 Hours Appraisal Principals
     30 Hours Appraisal Practices
     15 Hours Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practices (USPAP)

State Examination:
     None

Experience:
     None

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Certified Residential Appraiser

Educational Requirements:
Requirement A - (200 Classroom Hours)

     30 Hour Basic Appraisal Principles
     30 Hour Basic Appraisal Procedures
     15 Hour Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP)
     15 Hour Residential Market Analysis and Highest and Best Use
     15 Hour Residential Appraiser Site Valuation and Cost Approach
     30 Hour Residential Sales Comparison and Income Approaches
     15 Hour Residential report Writings and Case Studies
     15 Hour Statitics, Modeling and Finance
     15 Hour Advanced Residential Applications and Case Studies
     20 Hour Appraisal Subject Matter Electives

Requirement B - Associate's Degree from an Accredited College or 21 Semester Hours in the Following College-Level Courses (3 Hours Each)
     English Composition
     Principles of Economics, Either Macroeconomics or Microeconomics
     Finance
     Algebra, Geometry, or Higher Level Mathematics
     Statistics
     Computers (Introductory Level Course), Including Word Processing and Spreadsheets
     Business Law or Real Estate Law

State Examination:
     AQB Certified Residential  (75% Minimum)

Experience:
     2500 Hours
     24 Months

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Certified General Appraiser

Educational Requirements: 
Requirement A - (300 Classroom Hours)

     30 Hour Basic Appraisal Principals
     30 Hour Basic Appaisal Procedures
     15 Hour Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP)
     30 Hour General Appraisal Market Analysis and Highest and Best Use
     15 Hour Statistics, Modeling and Finance
     30 Hour General Appraiser Sales Comparison Approach
     60 Hour General Appraiser Income Approach
     30 Hour General Appraiser Report Writing and Case Study
     30 Hour Appraisal Subject Matter Electives

Requirement B - Bachelor's Degree from an Accrediated College or 30 Semester Hours of the Following College Level Courses:

     English Composition
     Macroeconomics
     Microeconomics
     Finance
     Algebra, Geometry, or Higher Level Mathematics
     Computers (Introductory Level Course), Including Word Processing and Spreadsheets
     Business Law or Real Estate Law
     Two Elective Courses in the Following Subject Matters:  Accounting, Geography, Ag-Ecomonics,
     Business Management, or Real Estate

State Examination:
    
AQB Certified General  (75% Minimum)

Experience:

     3000 Hours
     30 Months

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