Real Estate Appraisal Education Requirements

The Real Estate Council of Alberta (RECA) is responsible for the setting of education requirements and takes an active role in the development and delivery of innovative and cutting edge pre-licensing education programs. 

The Real Estate Appraisal Program course is the Real Estate Appraisal in Alberta course. Once the eligibility requirements are met, individuals must complete the following education:



Real Estate Appraisal in Alberta

There is an exam at the end of this course that must be passed before a participant can become licensed as a Real Estate Appraiser Candidate.  Learners are responsible to cover the Exam Centre proctoring fee.

Completing the Real Estate Appraisal in Alberta course
The fee for the Real Estate Appraisal in Alberta course is $1100, which includes the online course, the course manuals and one exam for each part.  The Real Estate Appraisal in Alberta courses must be completed within 120 days of enrollment.

The course concludes with an exam which requires a minimum score of 70% to pass. The final exams are delivered through authorized exam centres located throughout the province. Exam proctoring fees, a charge by the Education Centre, are the responsibility of learners.

Please note that you have only one year to become licensed from the date of your successfully completed final exam.

* Effective October 1, 2017, the following course fee reductions will take effect:
Fundamentals of Mortgage (part of the Mortgage Associates Program) – reduced to $1,300
Fundamentals of Real Estate (part of the Real Estate Associates Program) – reduced to $1,300