How to Become An Appraiser
Steps to Licensure
Licensees must be at least 18 yrs. of age.
The Required Core Curriculum to become a Kentucky Associate Appraiser totals 90 hours. The following are the required courses:
- Basic Appraisal Principles
- Basic Appraisal Procedures
- 15-hour National USPAP Course or Equivalent
- Residential Market Analysis Highest and Best Use
To apply for licensure applicants must submit the following:
- Complete the application for licensure.
- Attach certificates of courses completion.
- All required fees.
Associates education must be obtained in the 5 yr. period immediately preceding application.
To work under the supervision of a Kentucky certified residential or certified general real property appraiser. The supervising appraiser shall:
- Been licensed or certified by the board for a period of 1 yr.
- Be in good standing with the board.
- Be responsible for training and supervising of the associate.
The supervising appraiser shall be responsible for an associates appraisal reports by signing and certifying that the report is in compliance.