BPOR: The Agent's Role in the Valuation Process
Valuating property values depends more than ever on professional expertise and competence, the best use of technology, and a commitment to approach the valuation assignment from all pertinent perspectives. This course is specifically designed to help residential real estate agents and brokers enhance their skills in creating BPOs, reducing risk, and applying alternative valuation methods. Upon completion of this course you will receive an email inviting you to apply online. There is a one-time application fee of $199 and an online webinar that must be completed. Also, to be enrolled in the preferred provider panel, please note that you must have been licensed for at least two-and-a-half years and you or your broker have an E&O policy with $250,000 minimum coverage per incident and $500,000 aggregate maximum. Please confirm your eligibility and review the requirements necessary to earn this designation by visiting the designation holders site or contacting the HAR Professional Development Dept.
BPOR: The Agent's Role in the Valuation Process - Real Estate education course can be found using Real Estate Course Finder. The BPOR: The Agent's Role in the Valuation Process is provided by Texas Realtors® and offers CE TREC credit hours.