NOTICE: Extension of Current USPAP

The Appraisal Standards Board voted on August 11, 2022 to extend the effective date of the current 2020-21 USPAP through December 31, 2023. Click here to learn more.

Appraisal Standards Board

Under the provisions of Title XI of the Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery and Enforcement Act of 1989 (FIRREA), the Appraisal Standards Board (ASB) is responsible for writing, amending, and interpreting the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP). The ASB issues Exposure Drafts (see below) on proposed changes to USPAP and obtains feedback at public meetings throughout the year in various regions of the country. Additionally, the ASB occasionally issues USPAP Q&As and participates in speaking engagements on request.

The ASB also works with the Appraiser Qualifications Board (AQB) on the USPAP Courses in the Course Approval Program (CAP) and the Instructor Certification Course (ICC) and Instructor Recertification Course (IRC).

You can read the ASB's Rules of Procedure here.


To view recent ASB Q&As, please visit our Q&A webpage.

Current Board Members

The ASB is composed of five to nine members who are appointed by the BOT and may serve up to eight years. Activities of the Board are directed by the Chair, who is appointed by the BOT for a one-year term.

Michelle Czekalski Bradley, Chair
Nicholas Pilz, Vice Chair
Riley Busenlener
Craig Morley
Melissa Bond
Anjanette Hutson
Heather Sullivan
Raymond Krasinski

View past ASB members here

For any questions please contact [email protected]

Exposure Drafts

The ASB offers Exposure Drafts on proposed changes to USPAP  during the revision process for public comment. All active Exposure Drafts can be viewed below. Exposure Drafts always have comment deadlines, and the Boards read and consider each comment received prior to making any changes. To offer public comment on an active Exposure Draft, please submit your comments at:

The exposure draft comment period ended on February 3, 2023.

For questions, contact [email protected]

Past Exposure Drafts


On February 16, 2023 the Appraisal Standards Board announced they plan to release a Fifth Exposure Draft of proposed changes to the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) following feedback from appraisers, regulators and the public.

On December 13, 2022, the Appraisal Standards Board released the Fourth Exposure Draft of Proposed Changes to USPAP. Details can be found in the Exposure Draft section above. A webinar about the proposed changes will be held on January 12, 2023. Register here!

On July 26, 2022, the Appraisal Standards Board released the Third Exposure Draft of Proposed Changes to USPAP

On February 28, 2022, the Appraisal Standards Board released 2 new Q&As on: Affixing Another Appraiser’s Signature and Using Rules of Thumb for Market Adjustments. You can read them on the Q&A webpage.

On February 17, 2022, the Appraisal Standards Board announced a comprehensive review of the Ethics Rule. Click here to learn more about this announcement, and click here to learn how this impacts the current edition of USPAP.

Brochures Related to the ASB & USPAP



The ASB & USPAP: Information for Appraisers and Their Clients

Appraisers, Appraisals, & You: 
A Lender’s Guide to USPAP

A Guide to Understanding 
a Residential Appraisal

This brochure is intended to help appraisers and users of appraisal services become more familiar with the role, function, and activities of the ASB and the process by which USPAP is developed and revised.

This brochure will assist lenders in working with an appraiser to properly value collateral as part of the loan underwriting process. This brochure is being updated and will be on the site soon. This brochure will help you understand a residential appraisal, including what a credible appraisal is and its elements, the appraisal process, the importance of appraiser independence, and how to proceed if you feel that a correction needs to be made to your appraisal report.

Charts Related to the ASB & USPAP



Yes, I Can Perform that Assignment!

Sample Residential Restricted
Appraisal Report

Sample Non-Residential Restricted 
Appraisal Report

This chart provides some examples of the many types of assignments an appraiser may perform.

This sample residential Restricted Appraisal Report complies with the 2020-21 edition of USPAP Standards Rule 2-2(b).

This sample non-residential Restricted Appraisal Report complies with the 2020-21 edition of USPAP Standards Rule 2-2(b).