Frequently Asked Questions - Licensed Residential Real Property Appraiser
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My current supervisor is a licensed residential appraiser (AP), will I be allowed to keep the same supervisor after 12/31/2007?
Answer: All supervisors must be either certified residential or certified general after 12/31/2007.
I currently hold a trainee license and will have 90 qualification education (QE) hours before 12/31/2007, but will not have completed the 2000 hours of appraisal experience by then. Will I qualify for a licensed residential real property appraiser under the transition provision?
Answer: In order to qualify under the transition provision, a licensee must do two things:
- Submit an application to the board between 01/01/2008 and 12/31/2009 and
- Complete the education, experience and exam requirements before 12/31/2009.
I currently hold a trainee license. Will I be required to have a college degree to upgrade my license after 01/01/2008?
Answer: The 2008 criteria does not require a college degree to upgrade to a licensed residential appraiser, but an associates degree will be required to upgrade to the certified residential level and a baccalaurate degree will be required to upgrade to the certified general level.
What is the core curriculum requirement for the licensed residential real property appraiser?
- 30 hours basic appraisal principles
- 30 hours basic appraisal procedures
- 15 hours the 15-hour national USPAP course or its equivalent
- 15 hours residential market analysis and highest and best use
- 15 hours residential appraiser site valuation and cost approach
- 30 hours residential sales comparison and income approaches
- 15 hours residential report writing and case studies
- 150 hours
*NO COLLEGE DEGREE IS REQUIRED FOR THIS LEVEL OF LICENSURE**
Is my application confidential?
No. With the exception of Social Security Number, all application information is public. Contact information provided to the Board is posted on our website.
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Last Updated: March 5, 2014