Indiana Appraisal License Requirements

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7 Mandatory Hours
21 Elective Hours
28 Total Hours

Learn Appraisal Educational Requirements for Indiana

This appraisal licensing information summarizes the minimum requirements established by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency. We recommend you contact the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency for more detailed information or changes.

Indiana Appraisal: All

Total Hours Required: 28
Mandatory Hours: 7
Elective Hours: 21
Renewal Cycle in Years: 2
License Expiration Date: 06/30/2024
Education Cycle in Months: 24
Next Education Due Date: 06/30/2024
Indiana Appraisers are required to complete 28 hours of continuing education every 2 years including a required 7 hour National USPAP course.

Effective September 27, 2013 the Indiana Real Estate Appraiser Licensure & Certification Board requires that each licensee/certificate holder take USPAP no later than 6 months after the effective date of the newest version.  The newest version is released around October of the odd year and is effective on January 1 of the even year. Therefore, a licensee should take his/her USPAP course after the newest version is released which will always fall during the last 9 months of the renewal period.

Note: If you have already taken a USPAP course this renewal period, it will count towards the required 28 hours; however you must complete the new USPAP course prior to renewing your license as well.


IN has no limits on the number of continuing education hours permitted online.

Governing Agency

Name: Indiana Professional Licensing Agency
Phone: 3172348800
Fax: 3172334236
Address: 402 West Washington Street, Room W072 Indianapolis, IN 46204

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Note: This license renewal information is provided as a convenience only and is subject to change at any time. It's ultimately the responsibility of the licensee to be sure that he or she is meeting all requirements for each license and corresponding renewal period.