Idaho Real Estate Appraisal School
Wondering how to become an appraiser?
As your partner in Appraisal Education in Idaho, OnCourse Learning is an Idaho real estate appraisal school, approved by the Idaho Real Estate Appraisers Board to provide appraisal licensing and continuing education courses for real estate appraisal agents. OnCourse Learning provides all of the live and online appraiser license courses you will ever need for your career in real estate appraisal.
Browse online appraisal courses below to find the class that is right for you!
Idaho Appraisal New License Requirements
In the state of Idaho, there are four levels of licensure for real estate appraisers:
- Registered Trainee
- Licensed Residential Appraiser
- Certified Residential License
- Certified General License
In order to begin the licensing process, you must first meet these initial requirements:
- Be at least 18 years of age
- Have a high school diploma of GED
- Pass the state examination (not required for Trainee level)
- Submit application and required documentation and pay the application fee
To begin a career as a real estate appraiser in Idaho, you must begin at the Trainee level. No examination or experience is required as a trainee, but you must complete 75 hours of educational credits. OnCourse Learning can help you launch your career as a trainee appraiser with the Idaho 75-Hour Real Estate Appraiser Trainee Package which covers all mandatory education courses for Trainees. Featuring a user friendly platform, these courses are designed to be taken wherever you want, whenever you want. The courses available on OnCourse Learning’s educational database offer comprehensive material for busy students. You’ll find everything you need to both begin your career and develop as a professional.
Idaho Appraisal Upgrade License Requirements
Ready to move from the Trainee level to a Licensed Residential Appraiser? OnCourse Learning has everything you need! The Upgrade to Licensed Level Package includes all mandatory courses that cover the required 75 hours of credits. After you’ve completed the courses, you’ll need to complete 2000 hours of training within 12 months and pass the state examination. From there, you’ll be a full licensed residential appraiser! If you would like to move onto the certified levels, you’ll need to meet some higher education requirements:
- For Certified Residential level: A minimum of an Associates Degree OR 21 college semester hours in specific subject matters
- For Certified General level: A minimum of a Bachelors Degree OR 30 college semester hours in specific subject matters
An additional 50 hours of educational credits plus 2500 hours of experience completed within 30 months is required to meet the Certified Residential level. For the Certified General level, you’ll need another 100 hours of education and 3000 hours of experience completed within 30 months (including 1500 hours non-residential appraisals).
Idaho Appraisal Continuing Education Requirements
All Idaho appraisal licenses expire two years from their date of issuance. In order to qualify for renewal, all appraisers must complete 30 hours of continuing education within the two year period and take the 7-hour USPAP Update course or its equivalent every other year. As your partner in professional education, OnCourse Learning provides a variety of continuing education courses. You’ll find the USPAP Update course, multi-course packages, and single course electives. Designed to accommodate busy professionals, these online courses can be taken whenever, wherever.