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EddieHibbard

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So I signed up for my membership today. They did decrease the fees. It is $295 per year flat fee. No chapter fees. I paid $245 because it is pro rated.
 

Doug Meyer

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Our IFA fees, I believe were $500 a year and that includes several free classes per year. We were getting 16 hours of instruction.....
 

leelansford

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Our IFA fees, I believe were $500 a year and that includes several free classes per year. We were getting 16 hours of instruction.....

Doug, your question should be what is the annual dues that a DESIGNATED member of the AI pays. You're comparing appless with oranges.

Lee
 

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Some appraisal organizations REQUIRE you to take their CE classes to maintain membership. This can significantly increase the cost to be a member.

I had this happen to me once. I was required to take a class from a member instructor when I was a certified instructor for the same course.

It is sorta like interest rates and APR....you have to figure the TOTAL cost of the membership.
 

Doug Meyer

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Lee, it was just an after thought to his post.
 
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