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Idaho Real Estate Appraisal School

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Our courses are Approved by the Idaho Real Estate Appraiser Board and are available at any time, from any computer. Get the required hours to work toward your Idaho Appraisal license on your schedule. Each course, written and taught by experts in their field, is available to you 24/7. We put all of the courses, support and savings in one convenient location.

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  • Trainee
  • Licensed
  • Certified Residential
  • Certified General

Idaho Licensing Information

Qualify:
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Licensees must be at least 18 years of age.


Education:
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The Required Core Curriculum to become a Idaho Real Estate Appraiser totals 75 hours. Following are the required courses:

- Basic Appraisal Principles (30 hours)
- Basic Appraisal Procedures (30 hours)
- 15-hour National USPAP Course or Equivalent (15 hours)


Apply:
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To apply for an initial license, applicants must submit the following:

1. Submit a complete application to board.
2. Board office will review the application and notify you of any items that are incomplete.
3. You will be sent a letter requesting 2 work samples selected from your experience log.
4. Once your work samples are received, the board will review the application and work samples at their next scheduled board meeting. PLEASE NOTE THAT COMPLETED APPLICATION INCLUDING ALL WORK SAMPLES MUST BE RECEIVED BY THE BOARD OFFICE AT LEAST 30 DAYS PRIOR TO A SCHEDULED BOARD MEETING.
5. If all information is NOT approved by board, you will be sent a letter requesting additional information or clarification. Work sample changes or additional information requested by the board must be re-submitted for review at next scheduled board meeting. You will not receive approval to take the exam until your application is complete and approved by the board.
6. Once your application is approved by board, you will be sent a letter with information regarding the exam.
7. The Exam must be taken and passed. The exam dates, locations, and times are determined by Pearson VUE.
8. You must submit the original exam completion certificate from Pearson VUE.
9. Your license will be issued and mailed to you.



Gaining Experience:
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All applicants for registration as a trainee must retain and identify at least one (1) licensed real estate appraiser who agrees to provide the supervision required by law and rule. The supervising appraiser shall:

- Hold a current and unrestricted Idaho license as a Certified Residential Appraiser or a Certified General Appraiser; and

- Submit evidence of completion of an approved four-hourcontinuing education course regarding the role of a supervising appraiser.

- Not have been disciplined by the Board within the previous four (4) years; and

- Not be registered to provide supervision responsibilities to more than three (3) appraiser trainees at  any one (1) time; and

- Be responsible for the training and direct supervision of the appraiser trainee


AQB Changes
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The Appraiser Qualifications Board (AQB) has adopted changes to the Real  Property Appraiser Qualification Criteria that will become effective January 1, 2015.

A summary of the changes can be found on The Appraisal Foundation’s (TAF) website at:

https://appraisalfoundation.sharefile.com/d/sd2f26fafefe402ab
Qualify:
1
Licensees must be at least 18 years of age.
 
Licensee must have gained a minimum of 2000 hours of acceptable appraisal experience in not less than 12 months. Of the required two thousand (2,000) hours, the applicant must accumulate a minimum of one thousand five hundred (1,500) hours from field real estate appraisal experience. The balance of five hundred (500) hours may include non field experience.
Education:
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The Required Core Curriculum to become an Idaho Licensed Appraiser totals 150 hours. Following are the required courses:
 
Basic Appraisal Principles (30 hours)
 
Basic Appraisal Procedures (30 hours)
 
15-hour National USPAP Course or Equivalent (15 hours)
 
Residential Market Analysis and Highest and Best Use (15 hours)
 
Residential Appraiser Site Valuation and Cost Approach (15 hours)
 
Residential Sales Comparison and Income Approaches (30 hours)
 
Residential Report Writing and Case Studies (15 hours)
 
 
If your current license or certification was obtained prior to the implementation of the 2008 AQB Criteria, please contact your State Regulatory Agency to verify the upgrade requirements. 
Apply:
3
 To apply for an initial license, applicants must submit the following:
 
- A completed Initial Application;
 
- All appropriate fees as required;
 
- Review the Idaho Real Estate Appraiser Laws and Rules and complete the open book Idaho Jurisprudence Examination, Current laws and rules are on www.ibol.idaho.gov;

Exam:
4
Successful completion of the Licensed Residential Appraiser examination approved by the Board pursuant to the guidelines of the Appraisal Qualifications Board.

AQB Changes:
5
The Appraiser Qualifications Board (AQB) has adopted changes to the Real Property Appraiser Qualification Criteria that will become effective January 1, 2015.

A summary of the changes can be found on The Appraisal Foundation’s (TAF) website at:

https://appraisalfoundation.sharefile.com/d/sd2f26fafefe402ab
Qualify:
1
Licensees must be at least 18 years of age.
 
Licensee must have gained a minimum of 2500 hours of acceptable appraisal experience in not less than 2 years. Two thousand (2,000) hours of the experience shall be from residential field appraisal experience. The balance of five hundred (500) hours may include non field experience.
 
A minimum of an Associates Degree OR 21 college semester hours in specific subject matters is also required.
Education:
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The Required Core Curriculum to become an Idaho Certified Residential Appraiser totals 200 hours. Following are the required courses:
 
Basic Appraisal Principles (30 hours)
 
Basic Appraisal Procedures (30 hours)
 
15-hour National USPAP Course or Equivalent (15 hours)
 
Residential Market Analysis and Highest and Best Use (15 hours)
 
Residential Appraiser Site Valuation and Cost Approach (15 hours)
 
Residential Sales Comparison and Income Approaches (30 hours)
 
Residential Report Writing and Case Studies (15 hours)
 
Statistics, Modeling and Finance (15 hours)
 
Advanced Residential Applications and Case Studies (15 hours)
 
Appraisal Subject Matter Electives (20 hours)
 
 
Education for Trainees Upgrading to Certified Residential License
 - 15 hours Residential Market Analysis and Highest & Best Use
 - 15 hours Residential Appraisal Site Valuation and Cost Approach
 - 30 hours Residential Sales Comparison and Income Approaches
 - 15 hours Residential Report Writing and Case Studies
 - 15 hours Statistics, Modeling and Finance
 - 15 hours Advanced Residential Applications and Case Studies
 - 20 hours Appraisal Subject Matter Electives
 
If your current license or certification was obtained prior to the implementation of the 2008 AQB Criteria, please contact your State Regulatory Agency to verify the upgrade requirements. 
 
Apply:
3
To apply for an initial license, applicants must submit the following:
 
- A completed Initial Application;
 
- All appropriate fees as required;
 
- Review the Idaho Real Estate Appraiser Laws and Rules and complete the open book Idaho Jurisprudence Examination, Current laws and rules are on www.ibol.idaho.gov;
Exam:
4
Successful completion of the Certified Residential Appraiser examination approved by the Board pursuant to the guidelines of the Appraisal Qualifications Board.
AQB Changes:
5
The Appraiser Qualifications Board (AQB) has adopted changes to the Real Property Appraiser Qualification Criteria that will become effective January 1, 2015.

A summary of the changes can be found on The Appraisal Foundation’s (TAF) website at:

https://appraisalfoundation.sharefile.com/d/sd2f26fafefe402ab
Qualify:
1
Licensees must be at least 18 years of age.
 
Licensee must have gained a minimum of 3000 hours of acceptable appraisal experience in not less than 2.5 years. One thousand five hundred (1,500) hours of the experience must be nonresidential appraisal experience. The balance of one thousand five hundred (1,500) hours may be solely residential experience or can include up to five hundred (500) hours of non field experience.
 
A minimum of a Bachelors Degree OR 30 college semester hours in specific subject matters is also required.
Education:
2
The Required Core Curriculum to become an Idaho Certified General Appraiser totals 300 hours. Following are the required courses:
 
Basic Appraisal Principles (30 hours)
 
Basic Appraisal Procedures (30 hours)
 
15-hour National USPAP Course or Equivalent (15 hours)
 
General Appraiser Market Analysis and Highest and Best Use (30 hours)
 
Statistics, Modeling and Finance (15 hours)
 
General Appraiser Sales Comparison Approach (30 hours)
 
General Appraiser Site Valuation and Cost Approach (30 hours)
 
General Appraiser Income Approach (60 hours)
 
General Appraiser Report Writing and Case Studies (30 hours)
 
Appraisal Subject Matter Electives (30 hours)
 
 
Education for Trainees Upgrading to Certified General License
 - 15 hours Statistics, Modeling and Finance
 - 30 hours General Appraiser Market Analysis and Highest & Best Use
 - 30 hours General Appraiser Sales Comparison Approach
 - 30 hours General Appraiser Site Valuation and Cost Approach
 - 60 hours General Appraiser Income Approach
 - 30 hours General Appraiser Report Writing and Case Studies
 - 30 hours Appraisal Subject Matter Electives
 
Certified Residential Licenses Upgrading to Certified General
 - 15 hours General Appraiser Market Analysis and Highest & Best Use
 - 15 hours General Appraiser Sales Comparison Approach
 - 15 hours General Appraiser Site Valuation and Cost Approach
 - 45 hours General Appraiser Income Approach
 - 10 hours General Appraiser Report Writing and Case Studies
 
If your current license or certification was obtained prior to the implementation of the 2008 AQB Criteria, please contact your State Regulatory Agency to verify the upgrade requirements. 
 
Apply:
3
To apply for an initial license, applicants must submit the following:
 
- A completed Initial Application;
 
- All appropriate fees as required;
 
- Review the Idaho Real Estate Appraiser Laws and Rules and complete the open book Idaho Jurisprudence Examination, Current laws and rules are on www.ibol.idaho.gov;
Exam:
4
Successful completion of the Certified General Appraiser examination approved by the Board pursuant to the guidelines of the Appraisal Qualifications Board.
AQB Changes:
5
The Appraiser Qualifications Board (AQB) has adopted changes to the Real Property Appraiser Qualification Criteria that will become effective January 1, 2015.

A summary of the changes can be found on The Appraisal Foundation’s (TAF) website at:

https://appraisalfoundation.sharefile.com/d/sd2f26fafefe402ab


*The summarized information provided by McKISSOCK above is not intended as legal advice. Please be sure to contact your State Regulatory Agency for complete detailed licensure information.
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You get all the information you need to prepare for and schedule your exam:
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  • Basic Appraisal Procedures
  • 2014-2015 15-Hour National Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice
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