Residential Demonstration of Knowledge Requirement
Five Options Available!
45-Hour Residential Demonstration Appraisal Report Option Course Package
Please Note: To fulfill the demonstration of knowledge requirement, the following two courses must be taken as a package over a span of consecutive days at the same location.
Advanced Residential Applications and Case Studies/Part 1 (this is also a required course and exam for the SRA Designation path)
Advanced Residential Report Writing/Part 2
Traditional Residential Demo
Participants may submit a complete appraisal in the self-contained format with all three approaches to value applied to one subject property. The property must be considered obsolete and in a physically unfixable state of deterioration. For more information, please visit the Traditional Residential Demo Guide and fill out the Application if this is the option for you.
Peer Reviewed Publications Option
A Candidate may satisfy the Demonstration of Knowledge requirement by receiving credit for at least three (3) peer reviewed publications based on original research (in a field related to real property economics) approved by the ADQC or its designee.
Participants will receive credit for a Master’s thesis or a Doctoral dissertation once submitted and approved by the Admissions Committee.
Defense of Reports Option
Participants will receive credit after successfully interviewing and defending 3-5 reports. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Residential Demo Grader Contact List
If you have technical questions regarding your demo, please feel free to contact the demo graders on this contact list.
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Residential Demonstation of Knowledge Requirement Guidebook: Residential
The purpose of preparing a demonstration appraisal report is to test the Candidate’s ability to gather the necessary data, analyze the data properly, and write an appraisal report setting forth the analysis and conclusions, which will lead the reader to the same conclusion as the author of the report.
Residential Demonstration Report Grading Sheets
These grading sheets document how different components of the residential demo report are weighted.
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