What Qualifies for Residential Experience Credit for the AI-RRS Designation Path?
The Definition of Residential Experience is work relating to residential real estate that is covered by Standards Rules 1 through 6, of the Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice, or experience gained by providing practical solutions to residential real property economics problems as may be further defined by the Admissions and Designation Qualifications Committee (ADQC).
Candidates Who Hold an Active General or Residential State Certification
Certified General or Residential Candidates will need to submit and receive credit for their most recent 1,000 hours of qualifying residential review appraisal experience, over at least the last 6 months.
Candidates Who Do NOT Hold an Active General or Residential State Certification
For those who are not general or residential state certified, you will need to log and receive credit for at least 3,000 hours of residential experience, of which 1,000 hours of credit meets USPAP Standard 3 (or equivalent). This work must be your most current work. You must list all assignments performed over the time period that meets the definition of Residential Experience and for which you have Significant Professional Responsibility. A maximum of 2,000 hours per twelve (12) month period will be allowed, therefore; it is possible that your total hours will exceed the required hours.
All work for which experience is claimed must have been performed for a business purpose (mock review experience is ineligible).
Designated Members Pursuing Review Designations
Alternative review experience submission for MAI, SRPA, SRA, RM, RPRA, and ARM Designated members who are also Candidates for the Review Designation program.
Online Application - Residential Review Experience Alternative Path (secured)
Residential Review Criteria and Resources
Experience Guidebook This document includes guidelines for submission of experience, experience screening tips for Candidates preparing for a successful interview, mass appraisal guidelines, instructions and application for college instructors, Appraisal Institute Certification Statements (required), etc.
Common Errors & Issues Learn how to avoid common errors
Review Experience FAQs Common questions regarding the review experience requirement process.
Note: Filling in your experience log on a regular basis (e.g. weekly or monthly) will ensure that your experience details are captured efficiently and accurately. PDF Application (if online is not available).
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