The purpose of the Appraisal Institute Experience Requirements is to determine if a Candidate for Designations work meets the requirements specified in applicable AI Regulations, Policies, and Procedures, including Significant Professional Responsibility, Reasonable Relationship of Hours, and the Appraisal Institute Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (or other relevant criteria).
Candidates should be open to listening to and exchanging information with the Experience Screener. The Experience Requirement and interview is a learning process, whether or not your credit is approved. You likely will come away with new ideas for reporting and possibly a better understanding of theory and techniques.
Reports must be submitted in their entirety, which means that the report is to be submitted just as it was sent to the client. Reports are not to be edited or altered in any way for the experience process.
All work for which experience is claimed must have been performed for a business purpose (mock experience and mock review experience is ineligible).
The Appraisal Institute Certification Standard requires Candidates and Designated members to include certain certification statements in addition to those required by USPAP, IVS, or applicable standards. Candidates and Designated members are required to use the exact wording for all of statements required by the Certification Standard.
MAI and SRA Designation Experience Applications
For general Candidates.
For residential Candidates.
AI-GRS and AI-RRS Designation Experience Applications
For general review Candidates.
For residential review Candidates.
AI-GRS and AI-RRS Designation Experience Applications for MAI, SRPA, SRA, RM, AACI, CRA, RPRA, and ARM Designated Members
Please make sure that you have added the appropriate Candidate path prior to submitting experience applications.
For Designated MAI, SRPA, AACI, RPRA, and ARM members, who are also general review Candidates for Designation. Common Errors & Issues in Review Learn how to avoid common errors in appraisal review.
For Designated MAI, SRPA, SRA, RM, CRA, RPRA, and ARM members, who are also residential review Candidates for Designation. Common Errors & Issues in Review Learn how to avoid common errors in appraisal review.
Review Experience FAQs Common questions regarding the review experience requirement process.
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