Paths to Designated Membership
The MAI designation is held by individuals who are experienced in the valuation and evaluation of commercial, industrial, residential and other types of properties, and who advise clients on real estate investment decisions. To pursue MAI Designated membership, one must be a general Candidate for Designation.
The SRA designation is held by individuals who are experienced in the analysis and valuation of residential real property. To pursue SRA Designated membership, one must be a residential Candidate for Designation.
For those pursuing both MAI and SRA Designated memberships simultaneously. To pursue Dual Designated membership, one must be a residential and general Candidate for Designation.
The AI-GRS designation is a new designation program aimed at providing professional general reviewers with the knowledge and skills needed to satisfy issues related to due diligence and risk management often requested by their employers and clients.
The AI-RRS designation is a new designation program aimed at providing professional residential reviewers with the knowledge and skills needed to satisfy issues related to due diligence and risk management often requested by their employers and clients.
AI-GRS and AI-RRS Designation Requirements Chart For AI Designated Members
Current, MAI, SRA, SRPA, and RM Designated members interested in pursuing the general or residential review designations. Must be a residential review and/or general review Candidate for Designation to pursue a review designation.
Many Appraisal Institute professionals who have demonstrated knowledge, experience and commitment to the profession also hold the SRPA, SREA or RM designations. The Appraisal Institute's predecessor organizations offered these designations prior to AI's formation in 1991.
Remaining requirements for designation for Candidates for Designation.
Update your current category to a different category.
Designated members and Candidates for Designation who want to enter a path to pursue an additional designation.
Request and extension related to Candidate Attendance, Annual Minimum Progress, expiring Timelines for Designation, etc.
Admissions related fees for the Candidate program.
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