Please note: As per state requirements, this course contains timers.
The newest edition of USPAP goes into effect January 1, 2024. Our update course is available in an online, asynchronous, self-paced format. Our update course is approved by The Appraisal Foundation. In this course, you will learn about the changes to USPAP as well as how to utilize the USPAP publication as a tool to assist you in solving appraisal issues you have or will encounter in your day-to-day practice. You will read case studies, scenarios that are based on real-life situations professional appraisers may encounter, and learn how to properly apply the USPAP publication to those situations. These example scenarios address issues frequently experienced by real property appraisers.
In addition to a current edition of USPAP, your course materials will include a USPAP Guidance and Reference Manual for you to use in the course and to keep as a permanent reference source.
Also, for convenience, hyperlinks to specific sections of the USPAP publication are included at various points throughout the course. This 2024-2025 7-Hour USPAP Equivalency Course is designed specifically to assist appraisers, including those who are subject to state licensing or certification and continuing education requirements of professional organizations, client groups, or employers, in seeking USPAP competency in all areas of appraisal practice.
In this 2024-2025 7-Hour USPAP Equivalency Course, Section 2 was written in its entirety by TAF and is delivered verbatim.
During the course, we will learn to utilize The Appraisal Foundation’s USPAP Reference Manual. The Reference Manual is a great tool to assist appraisers quickly and easily when answering their every day appraisal questions.
This course includes case studies demonstrating how USPAP applies in specific situations that appraisers may frequently encounter.
The course is designed to assist you, the appraiser, in all areas of appraisal practice as you seek USPAP competency. This includes appraisers who are subject to state licensing or certification and continuing education requirements of professional organizations, client groups, or employers.