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Work Log - Review Experience Hours

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Ay102467

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I work for a lending institution and I'm in the process of finishing up the hours necessary for certified general appraiser through review work. Can anyone provide feedback as to the number of average hours that can be claimed for review work (per assignment) for narrative and restricted reports? The work log is based more for fee work as opposed to review work, so I'm attempting to work within the confines of the log.

I have a general idea but, want to ensure I'm on the right track and don't want to have any issues when the work log is submitted to the state.

Any feedback would be greatly appreciated!
 

Elliott

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2000 Hours / How many reports you do per year = Hours Per Report.
 

Ay102467

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Thank you, and that I did. But, there really isn't much information other than that they require 3,000 hours, with a minimum of 150 reports, over a 30 month period (minimum). Which to me could break down to: 3,000/ 150 = 20 hours per assignment (give or take depending on the complexity).

I was just looking for additional insight as to what others may or may not have utilized (as far as figures go).
 

Ay102467

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2000 Hours / How many reports you do per year = Hours Per Report.
That's not a bad suggestion, and along the lines of what I've been doing. Just wanted to get a little additional feedback to make sure I'm on the right track.
 

Elliott

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1500 / 8 = 188 residential reports to be a CR under new ASB rules.
 

TRESinc

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1500 / 8 = 188 residential reports to be a CR under new ASB rules.

kinda doubt someone fresh into their training could complete a report in 8 hours. seasoned appraisers regularly post 6-8 hours per report here all the time. well maybe depending on who trains them and how many steps they skip..
 

hastalavista

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I work for a lending institution and I'm in the process of finishing up the hours necessary for certified general appraiser through review work. Can anyone provide feedback as to the number of average hours that can be claimed for review work (per assignment) for narrative and restricted reports? The work log is based more for fee work as opposed to review work, so I'm attempting to work within the confines of the log.
(my bold)

You should check with the Florida regulator regarding restricted reports. In my state, for example, they do not qualify for experience hours as they are deemed to contain insufficient summary/analysis (and therefore cannot be evaluated by the state for work experience purposes).
 
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