How to Complete the Continuing Education to Renew Your North Dakota Real Estate Appraiser’s License
Detailed Requirements and Steps for Appraiser License Renewal in North Dakota
Renewal Date: Annually by December 31st (license renewal).
Continuing Education Cycle: 28 hours required every two years (2-year CE Cycle).
- This includes a 7-hour National USPAP Update Course.
- Plus 21 hours of approved continuing education.
- Note: The license must be renewed annually, but the CE cycle is every 2 years.
Cameron Academy’s Offering:
- 7-hour National USPAP Update Course.
- 21 hours of approved continuing education.
Reporting: The state of North Dakota does not require schools to report continuing education course completions.
Expiration Date of Course: Course expiration dates vary but are generally 6 months after the order date. Each course will have an individual expiration date listed in your account.
Certificates: Immediately upon completion of the appraisal course, Cameron Academy will provide students with an electronic copy of the course certificate of completion. These certificates will remain in the student’s account for a minimum of five years. Refer to your renewal application to determine if you need to submit your certificate(s) of completion. Course completion dates are recorded using Central Standard Time, and the date on the certificate of completion will reflect this.
Cameron Academy supports your professional development in the North Dakota real estate appraisal sector with a comprehensive 28-hour continuing education package. This package meets the biennial state requirements, including the 7-hour USPAP Update Course and 21 hours of additional approved continuing education.
- A 28-hour curriculum tailored to North Dakota’s biennial continuing education requirements for real estate appraisers.
- Electronic certificates provided immediately upon course completion, stored for at least five years.
- The offering includes the 7-hour USPAP Update Course and 21 hours of approved continuing education.
- Support for ongoing professional development in the North Dakota real estate appraisal field.
3 Common Penalties for Late Renewal
- Late Fee: The most frequent consequence of late renewal is a late fee. The amount of this fee can differ depending on the region. Generally, a certain fee is charged for the initial period following the deadline, which may increase for each subsequent day or period of delay.
- Suspension of License: Another potential repercussion is the suspension of the license. If an appraiser does not renew their license by the due date, it may be suspended. The duration of this suspension varies, with some jurisdictions implementing a suspension period that can be as long as a year.
- Reapplication Requirement: In certain situations, appraisers might be required to completely reapply for their license if they do not renew it by the deadline. This process can be both time-consuming and costly, often involving a new application fee and possibly additional requirements like a new background check.
Helpful Tips for the Appraiser License Renewal
- Begin your continuing education process well in advance. Avoid procrastinating, as starting early allows ample time to select suitable courses and complete them before the deadline.
- Maintain an organized record of your continuing education credits. This ensures you are aware of how many credits you still need to fulfill your requirements.
- Utilize online courses for your continuing education. These courses offer a convenient option, enabling you to complete them at your own pace and in the comfort of your home.
- Seek assistance when needed. If you encounter difficulties in locating continuing education courses or fulfilling your requirements, reach out to the regulatory body overseeing real estate education or a provider of continuing education courses for guidance.
Enroll in Cameron Academy’s Real Estate Appraiser Continuing Education Course today and stay ahead in fulfilling your renewal requirements!
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