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Real Estate Sales and Appraisal

Link to select real estate courses

Earn your required Real Estate and  Appraisal licensure and certification requirements at AACC.

What every LICENSEE should know about Real Estate Continuing Education PDF

Home Inspector - This course satisfies the State of Maryland Licensed Home Inspector requirement of 72 hours of training and will cover the basic residential construction standards and processes, the home inspection process and inspection techniques and defect recognition. Upon successful completion of this course, the learner will be better prepared to take the National Home Inspector Exam.

Salesperson License - According to the Maryland Real Estate Commission, you must earn 60 clock hours of approved training. AACC’s RLT 500 - Real Estate Principles meets that requirement.

Salesperson License Renewal - Register now for AACC courses approved by the Maryland Real Estate Commission.

Appraiser License - The requirements to become an appraiser have changed. Effective January 2008, to become licensed, you must successfully complete four appraisal courses totaling 150 hours of classroom study, pass all course exams and compile at least 2,000 hours of appraisal work experience over a period of at least two calendar years (24 months).

Appraiser License Renewal - We can help you complete 42 hours of continuing education approved by the Commission of Maryland Real Estate Appraisers and the 7-hour national USPAP update course or its equivalent at least once every two calendar years.

Interested in teaching for us? Send your resume to galighthizer@aacc.edu.

 

For more information on these courses, please contact Gloria Lighthizer in the School of Continuing and Professional Studies at 410-777-2625 or email galighthizer@aacc.edu.