Oregon Appraisal License Requirements

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75 Mandatory Hours
0 Elective Hours
75 Total Hours
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0 Elective Hours
150 Total Hours
180 Mandatory Hours
20 Elective Hours
200 Total Hours
270 Mandatory Hours
30 Elective Hours
300 Total Hours

Learn Appraisal Educational Requirements for Oregon

This appraisal licensing information summarizes the minimum requirements established by the Oregon Appraiser Certification and Licensure Board. We recommend you contact the Oregon Appraiser Certification and Licensure Board for more detailed information or changes.

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

Oregon Appraisal: Trainee

Total Hours Required: 75
Mandatory Hours: 75
Elective Hours: 0

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Qualifying Education:
75 QE hours + Oregon Supervising Appraiser-Appraiser Assistant Training Course (4 hrs)
15-hr Nat’l USPAP Update or Equivalent.
Basic Appraisal Principles – 30 hrs.
Basic Appraisal Procedures – 30 hrs.


2015 AQB Supervisor/Trainee Course Requirement: Both the Trainee Appraiser and Supervisory Appraiser shall be required to complete a course that, at minimum, complies with the specifications for course content established by the AQB. The course must be completed by the Trainee Appraiser prior to obtaining a Trainee Appraiser credential, and completed by the Supervisory Appraiser prior to supervising a Trainee Appraiser.


Experience: N/A


College Education: N/A

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Roster

Roster Required: yes
Roster Process: Mailed 15th and last day of every month
Roster Sent: Every 15 days

Governing Agency

Name: Oregon Appraiser Certification and Licensure Board
Phone: 5034852555
Fax: 5034852559
Address:
200 Hawthorn Ave S.E. Suite, C-302
Salem, OR 97301

Oregon Appraisal: Licensed

Total Hours Required: 150
Mandatory Hours: 150
Elective Hours: 0

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Qualifying Education:
150 QE hours
15-hour Nat’l USPAP or Equivalent.
Basic Appraisal Principles - 30 hours.
Basic Appraisal Procedures - 30 hours.
Residential Market Analysis & 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.
 
Experience: 1,500 hours of acceptable appraisal experience in not less than 12 months.

College Education: No college-level education required.

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Roster

Roster Required: yes
Roster Process: Mailed 15th and last day of every month
Roster Sent: Every 15 days

Governing Agency

Name: Oregon Appraiser Certification and Licensure Board
Phone: 5034852555
Fax: 5034852559
Address:
200 Hawthorn Ave S.E. Suite, C-302
Salem, OR 97301

Oregon Appraisal: Certified Residential

Total Hours Required: 200
Mandatory Hours: 180
Elective Hours: 20

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Qualifying Education:
200 QE hours
15-hour Nat’l USPAP or Equivalent.
Basic Appraisal Principles - 30 hours.
Basic Appraisal Procedures - 30 hours.
Residential Market Analysis & 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.


Experience: 2,000 hours of acceptable appraisal experience in not less than 18 months.


College Education:

1) Bachelor’s Degree in any field of study;
2) Associate’s Degree in a focused field of study, such as business, economics, or real estate;
3) Successful completion of 30 college semester credit hours in specified topics;
4) Successful completion of College-Level Examination Program (CLEP)1 exams equivalent to a minimum of 30 semester credit hours in specified subject matter areas; or
5) Any combination of #3 and #4 above that includes all of the topics identified.
6) A LICENSED RESIDENTIAL appraiser who has been licensed for a minimum of 5 years and in good standing for at least 5 years with no disciplinary actions that would affect the individual’s ability to appraise may upgrade to CERTIFIED RESIDENTIAL without completing any college coursework. 

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Roster

Roster Required: yes
Roster Process: Mailed 15th and last day of every month
Roster Sent: Every 15 days

Governing Agency

Name: Oregon Appraiser Certification and Licensure Board
Phone: 5034852555
Fax: 5034852559
Address:
200 Hawthorn Ave S.E. Suite, C-302
Salem, OR 97301

Oregon Appraisal: Certified General

Total Hours Required: 300
Mandatory Hours: 270
Elective Hours: 30

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Qualifying Education:
300 QE hours
15-hour Nat’l USPAP or Equivalent.
Basic Appraisal Principles - 30 hours.
Basic Appraisal Procedures - 30 hours.
General Appraiser Market Analysis & Highest and Best Use - 30 hours.
General Appraiser Site Valuation and Cost Approach - 30 hours.
General Appraiser Sales Comparison Approach - 30 hours.
General Appraiser Report Writing and Case Studies - 30 hours.
Statistics, Modeling and Finance – 15 hours.
General Appraiser Income Approach – 60 hours.
Appraisal Subject Matter Electives – 30 hours.


Experience: 3,000 hours of acceptable appraisal experience in no less than 18 months.


College Education: Must have a Bachelor’s degree or higher.

Online Limitations

Roster

Roster Required: yes
Roster Process: Mailed 15th and last day of every month
Roster Sent: Every 15 days

Governing Agency

Name: Oregon Appraiser Certification and Licensure Board
Phone: 5034852555
Fax: 5034852559
Address:
200 Hawthorn Ave S.E. Suite, C-302
Salem, OR 97301

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