Washington DC Appraisal Continuing Education Requirements

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7 Mandatory Hours
21 Elective Hours
28 Total Hours

Learn Appraisal Educational Requirements for Washington DC

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

If you obtain real estate licenses in multiple states, we recommend you check each state's requirements.

Washington DC Appraisal: All

Total Hours Required: 28
Mandatory Hours: 7
Elective Hours: 21
Renewal Cycle in Years: 2
License Expiration Date: 02/28/2020
Education Cycle in Months: 24
Next Education Due Date: 02/28/2020

Online Info

Washington DC Appraisers are required to take 28 continuing education hours every 24 months including 7 hours of the National USPAP Update course or Equivalent.
 
*Applicants licensed 185 days or less from the renewal date are not required to complete any hours of continuing education for that license cycle; Applicants licensed during the last twelve (12) months of a license cycle, but before the one hundred eighty-five (185) day period must complete fourteen (14) hours of continuing education for that license cycle.

Online Limitations

DC has no limitations on the number of CE hours permitted on-line.

Roster

No roster required

Governing Agency

Name: DC Real Estate Appraisers Board
Phone: 2024424320
Fax: 2026984329
Address:
1100 4th Street SW, Suite E500
Washington, DC 20024

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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.