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Oregon Real Estate Appraiser License Requirements

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The Oregon Appraiser Certification and Licensure Board has established the minimum educational requirements for an appraisal license. The minimum educational requirements include the following:

Appraiser Assistant

  • Education: 75 hours of appraisal education, including the 15-hour USPAP. Basic Appraisal Principles and Basic Appraisal Procedures must have been taken within the 5 years immediately preceding application for the trainee license; 15-hour USPAP must have been taken within the 2 years immediately preceding application for the trainee license; complete and pass the 4-hour Board approved Supervising Appraiser Assistant Training Course
  • Experience: None required
  • College-level requirements: None required
  • Exam: None required

State Certified Residential Appraiser

  • Education: 200 hours of appraisal education, including the 15-hour USPAP within the 4 years immediately preceding application for licensure
  • Experience: 2,500 hours of appraisal experience over a period of at least 24 months
  • College-level requirements: Associate Degree of higher. In lieu of the required degree, 21 Semester credit hours in the following subject matter courses: English Composition; Economics (Micro or Macro); Finance; Algebra, Geometry, or higher mathematics; Statistics; Computer Science; Business or Real Estate Law
  • Exam: Required

State Certified General Appraiser

  • Education: 300 hours of appraisal education, including the 15-hour USPAP within the 4 years immediately preceding application for licensure
  • Experience: 3,000 hours of appraisal experience, including at least 1,500 hours in non-residential appraising over any time period of at least 30 months
  • College-level requirements: Bachelor's Degree or higher. In lieu of the required degree, 30 Semester credit hours in the following subject matter courses: English Composition; Macro Economics; Micro Economics; Finance; Algebra, Geometry, or higher mathematics; Statistic; Computer Science; Business or Real Estate Law; and 2 elective courses in Accounting, Geography, Agricultural Economics, Business Management or Real Estate
  • Exam: Required

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