The educational reforms of Estonia and all of Baltic States must include the growing importance the membership of EU. This growth must also describe the different levels of real estate curricula development considering the States position ex post and ex ante of membership. Secondly the four basic freedoms of EU should be involved when the relationship between real estate curricula and professional bodies requirements are analyzed. This analyze must draw down the basic mile stones of the future development of both partners on the appraisal market and their points of contact as well. // Key words: Real estate education, educational reform, membership of EU, the freedoms of EU, professional bodies