Generated Accredited Appraiser (GAA)


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Who is it for? 

The General Accredited Appraiser (GAA) designation is for State General Appraisers. Earning it shows that you have completed appraisal education above and beyond that required for qualification as a general appraiser. 

What You Gain

Earning the designation lets your clients know that you are committed to excellence in your field.

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Course Benefits

Designations and Certifications are a great way to make you stand out from the crowd and have that extra cutting edge knowledge to better succeed in this competitive market.

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Shop Realtor® has solutions for realizing a member’s potential. Through conferences, trade shows, events, forums and summits, there are opportunities to engage with and learn from a community of professionals, industry experts and thought-leaders. NVAR is the Realtor’s® local connection to the 400+ staff-member resources of the three-part Realtor® association network.

With classes and programs focused on developing Realtor® skills and expertise, NVAR is a business partner to rely on. Professional designations and elective continuing education are included in the packed programming calendar that fuels industry I.Q. The Shop Realtor® menu of in-store and online publications shares the latest professional development strategies to keep Realtors® operating at peak performance in a highly competitive marketplace.