MBREA has proudly served real estate valuation professionals since 1934. The association promotes professional development through education and networking and our active public policy initiatives serve to foster a strong and vibrant appraisal profession. Our members embrace nationally recognized Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice. They are proud of the quality of work they perform. We encourage you to search here to find a member of MBREA for your next appraisal assignment.
Announcing our new classroom locations in MA, RI, & CT!!
Support the MBREA's Legislative Effort
MBREA is working actively on several fronts to influence public policy in favor of appraisers and the appraisal profession. We ask every appraiser to please chip in by contributing to the MBREA's Legislative Action Fund. Click here to make your donations.
Upgrading to Certified Residential
Licensed appraisers who are interested in upgrading to certified residential should note that Massachusetts adopted an AQB interpretation concerning the number of hours of appraisal qualifying education required to qualify for the exam. In order to upgrade from licensed appraiser to certified residential in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island, a licensed appraiser needs to complete 50 hours of appraisal qualifying education. The specific courses are:
Statistics, Modeling & Finance
Advanced Residential Applications & Case Studies
Mastering Unique and Complex Property Appraisal for 20 hours
Note: In order to upgrade to certified residential applicants must also meet the college education and experience criteria established by the AQB.