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How to Get a Michigan Limited Appraisal License

How to Get a Michigan Appraisal License

An appraisal is the assessment, evaluation, or analysis relating to the actual value of the property. A licensed appraiser’s job begins at the site of the property. They will start off with a walk-through of the area, checking room by room, to determine its most current value. Appraisers make note of things such as the structure, amenities, and any safety violations of the property. Understanding what a house or property values at is essential to the process, whether one is selling or buying. That’s where an appraiser will come into play. With a flexible schedule and the simple process of becoming an appraiser, many see the advantages outweighing the cons in getting a Michigan appraisal license.

What You Need to Get Your Michigan Appraisal License:

At the Michigan Institute of Real Estate, we are here to help you understand and begin a new career in appraisal. To obtain your Michigan limited appraisal license, students are required to take 75 hours of Appraisal Prelicensing Education. We offer the program in three classes; two 30 hour classes, Appraisal 1 and Appraisal 2, as well as the 15-hour National Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice course. Our instructors are all experienced licensed Michigan Appraisers to aid in your success! Once you have completed the 75 hours, you will then need to complete an online application through the state of Michigan. Once the course is completed, there is no state exam required.

The process is simple and quick. To get registered or to learn more about the course visit our user-friendly website where you can also download a free “How to Become an Appraiser in 4 Easy Steps” infographic:


You may also contact our highly efficient and knowledgeable team to assist you! They are available 5 days a week, Monday through Friday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. Feel free to contact our office with any questions, comments, or concerns: 1 (800) 861-7325

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