N. K. Andersen & Associates 
Counselors & Appraisers in Real Estate

Licensing/Certification 

There are Four Levels of Licensing:
  • AT - Trainee License
  • AL - Residential License
  • AR - Certified Residential License
  • AG - Certified General License
Requirements of Each License Level

Category Trainee License Residential License Certified
Residential License
Certified
General License
Education 150 Hours of education covering 7 modules including 15 hour National USPAP course module. Education may not be more than 5 years old 150 Hours of education covering 7 modules including 15 hour National USPAP course module



200 Hours of education covering 10 modules, including 15 hour National USPAP Course and an Associate Degree. In lieu of a Degree 21 semester credits in specific subject matters may be substituted 300 Hours of education covering 10 modules, including 15 hour National USPAP Course and a Bachelors Degree. In lieu of a Degree 30 semester credits in specific subject matters may be substituted
Experience Once Licensed:
Must be supervised by a certified residential or general licensee in good standing. Supervising appraiser may have no more than three trainees
A minimum of 2000 hours encompassing 12 months of acceptable experience                                                                            



A minimum 2,500 hours encompassing at least 30 months of acceptable experience A minimum 3,000 hours encompassing at least 30 months of acceptable experience. At least 1,500 hours of the experience must be non-residential
Scope

Any property which the supervising appraiser is permitted to appraise Any non-complex 1-4 family property with a transaction value up to $1 million; and non-residential property with a transaction value up to $250,000 Any 1-4 family property without regard to transaction value or complexity; and non-residential property with a transaction value up to $250,000 All real estate without regard to transaction value or complexity











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