NOTICE: Extension of Current USPAP

The Appraisal Standards Board voted on February 19, 2021 to extend the effective date of the current 2020-21 USPAP through December 31, 2022. Click here to learn more. Questions? Read the FAQs.



State Appraiser Regulatory Agency Resources

The Appraisal Foundation (Foundation) maintains a close relationship with state appraiser regulatory agencies and seeks their input on proposed changes to the Real Property Appraiser Qualification Criteria and Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice.  Additionally, the Foundation provides resources to the states to clarify and help implement the minimum qualifications and standards. 

The Foundation has also re-instituted the State Regulatory Advisory Group. More information can be found here.

Association of Appraiser Regulatory Officials



The Foundation works closely with the Association of Appraiser Regulatory Officials (AARO), an organization of state appraiser regulatory agencies.   



Disciplinary Action Matrix

The Appraisal Foundation has issued voluntary guidance that is intended to assist state appraiser regulatory agencies with enforcement cases.

View the Voluntary Disciplinary Action Matrix for previous versions of USPAP.

Brochures for Regulators

 

The Appraisal Standards Board & USPAP: Information for Appraisers and their Clients


Sample Residential Restricted
Appraisal Report


Sample Non-Residential Restricted 
Appraisal Report

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 USPAPis 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 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.