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Licensed Residential Appraiser

The Licensed Residential Real Property Appraiser classification applies to the appraisal of non-complex one-to-four residential units having a transaction value less than $1,000,000, and complex one-to-four residential units having a transaction value less than $250,000.

1. Complete your Required Education & Experience

Qualifying Education: You will need to complete the required 150 hours of qualifying education, appraisers holding a valid Arizona Trainee Appraiser credential will only need to complete the additional 75 required hours of qualifying education. The 15-hour USPAP course must have been taken within the last two years.

Experience: You must complete and log one thousand (1,000) hours of experience, in now fewer than 6 months. All experience must be acquired within ten years immediately preceding the filing of the application.

Classroom Courses

Online Courses

2. Fingerprint Clearance Card

All students are required to obtain a fingerprint clearance card through the Arizona Department of Public Safety (DPS) as part of the Appraisal licensing process.  Learn more!

3. Submit Application

Submit all the required documents to apply with the State to become a State Licensed Registered Appraiser. Read More!

4. Pass the Exam

Once you’ve submitted your application and the Department finds your application to be complete you will be provided information to take the AQB Approved National Examination.

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