Kentucky Appraisal License Requirements

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7 Mandatory Hours
7 Elective Hours
14 Total Hours

Learn Appraisal Educational Requirements for Kentucky

This appraisal licensing information summarizes the minimum requirements established by the Kentucky Real Estate Appraisers Board. We recommend you contact the Kentucky Real Estate Appraisers Board for more detailed information or changes.

Kentucky Appraisal: All

Total Hours Required: 14
Mandatory Hours: 7
Elective Hours: 7
Renewal Cycle in Years: 1
License Expiration Date: 06/30/2022
Education Cycle in Months: 12
Next Education Due Date: 05/31/2022
Kentucky credential holders are to complete 14-hours of continuing education on or before May 31 of each year.

The 7-hour USPAP Update Course or Equivalent is required January 1 through May 31 of the even numbered year.

Although the date for completing continuing education will change, the renewal period will continue to begin July 1 and end June 30.

*Education course completion certificates must be submitted to the board by May 31.


KY has no limits on the number of hours permitted online.

Credit for repeating the same course title and content within a twenty-four (24) month period shall not be granted.


Roster Required: yes
Roster Process: Rosters are sent via mail every Friday. Rosters will be submitted on alternative days upon customer request. Please note there is a $10 fee for any rush submissions.

Students must submit education course completion certificates to the board by May 31.

Roster Sent: Every 7 days

Governing Agency

Name: Kentucky Real Estate Appraisers Board
Phone: 8596231658
Fax: 8596232598
Address: 321 N. Madison Avenue Richmond, KY 40475

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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.