South Carolina Appraisal License Requirements

Whether you're just getting started or a seasoned pro, McKissock will help you meet the necessary appraisal educational requirements in South Carolina that you need to become licensed.

7 Mandatory Hours
21 Elective Hours
28 Total Hours

Learn Appraisal Educational Requirements for South Carolina

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

South Carolina 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: 06/01/2024
Effective July 1, 2008 South Carolina Appraisers are required to complete 28 continuing education hours every 24 months. Of that 28 hours, 7 must be the National USPAP Update or Equivalent course.

To ensure that CE is recorded prior to the renewal deadline of June 30 and does not delay an appraiser’s renewal, it should be received by the Board no later than June 1. The Board cannot guarantee that a renewal will be processed prior to the expiration date of June 30 if forms are received after June 1.


SC has no limit on the number of hours permitted online.


Roster Required: yes
Roster Process: Rosters are submitted to CE Broker (South Carolina's official CE tracking system) every Tuesday.

During high volume periods, such as near renewal deadlines, they will be submitted daily.**If you need or want the roster submitted earlier than the scheduled date, there is a $10 rush fee for that service.**
Roster Sent: Every 7 days

Governing Agency

Name: South Carolina Real Estate Appraiser Board
Phone: 8038964400
Fax: 8038964404
Address: 110 Centerview Dr., Ste. 201 Columbia, SC 29211

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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.