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3rd Draft A Q B - The Dumbing Down Of Experience And Education

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JavApp

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You also need 3 years as licensed as well it appears. But looks like If you have a bachelors degree you can take the appraisal "modules" and become certified with no experience....
 

J Grant

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They were aided, including from a number of posters on this board, from appraisers who supported dumbing down their own profession! When appraisers themselves spoke up to eliminate the college degree, it legitimized the stakeholders proposition, if had been the stakeholders alone it would have lacked credibility.
 

JavApp

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You still need a bachelors to be certified residential. Or 3 years as a licensed plus college courses or modules.
 

J Grant

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True, it is at least better than it could have turned out, as a compromise it's okay.
 

JTip

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Not all states have a 'licensed' status.

So, you still need a 4-year in PA.

Less CRs in PA, more money for me.
 

djd09

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Why can't they set rules and stick to them? From where i am standing it looks like it is either bad rule makers or bad rules.
 

jay trotta

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Do we really need to revamp USPAP every 2 years ?

Education & Experience are successful components of any profession, limit either and it will not be in the Public Trust, it will only be a reasonable accommodation to some within the Industry.
 
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