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The mission of the North Carolina Appraisal Board is to protect consumers of real estate services provided by its licensees by assuring that these licensees are sufficiently trained and tested to assure competency and independent judgment. In addition, the Board will protect the public interest by enforcing state law and Appraisal Board rules to assure that its licensees act in accordance with professional standards and ethics.




Appraisal Board rules require all current trainees, licensed, certified residential, and certified general appraisers to take the 2024-2025 version of the 7-hour USPAP Update course by May 31, 2024, in order to renew by June 30, 2024. If you fail to take the course by that date, you will not be allowed to renew your registration, license, or certification until you take the course, and not until after July 1, 2024 (which will result in a late fee). The course may be taken online. The remaining 21 hours of CE are due by May 31, 2025. Renewals will begin the first week of May.


The NC Appraisal Board voted to commence rule making on February 21, 2024. A public hearing was held in Charlotte, NC on April 9, 2024. The comment period ended on May 14, 2024. The Board will review any comments received at the next Board meeting on June 4, 2024.


The North Carolina Appraisal Board believes that the appraisal profession should reflect the diversity of our State. To further this mission, the Board is dedicated to expanding diversity and inclusivity in the profession by removing barriers that limit the opportunities of any qualified individual to become an appraiser.


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