Renewal Information

 Renewal Information


  2017 Renewal Instructions

·         Online Renewal
                           If you have completed14 hours of CE and submitted to the Board, you may renew online
                    from May 1, 2017 – June 30, 2017.
1.    A service fee will be charged to renew online ($2.00 for an ACH check or $8.00 for a credit card).
2.    The information on the renewal screen is prepopulated with the exact information that will be printed on the license certificate.  If the information is correct, please proceed to next screen.  If you make any changes, please make sure all information is spelled and capitalized correctly!
3.    Following online renewal, you will be able to print and download your certificate, immediately.  PLEASE MAKE SURE TO COMPLETE THIS STEP BEFORE LOGGING OUT OF THE RENEWAL SYSTEM.
·         Continuing Education completed by May 15, 2017
All Kentucky licensed/certified appraisers MUST complete 14 hours of continuing education by May 15, 2017.  All education hours must be completed between May 16, 2016 – May 15, 2017 and submitted to the Board by May 31, 2017. Non-compliance with the requirements specified in 201 KAR 30:125 shall cause the applicant’s renewal application to be considered late, which shall result in a $200 late fee for renewal.
·         Fees Due on or before July 1, 2017
o   $212.00 Associate
o   $252.00 Certified General, Certified Residential, Licensed Residential
·         A period extending from July 2, 2017 – December 31, 2017, provides for automatic renewal upon receipt of the $212.00 (Associates) or $252.00 (Certified General, Certified Residential and License Residential) fee plus a $200.00 late charge.  During this time, your license will no longer be valid, and you cannot perform appraisals during this period until your license is reinstated.  If your license has not been renewed by January 1, 2018, you must submit a new application and reapply as a new applicant. 


Appraiser certificates/licenses expired June 30, 2016
Pursuant to KRS 324A.030, it is unlawful, unless certified or licensed by the Board, to assume or use any title, designation, or abbreviation likely to create the impression that you hold a license or certification issued by the Board.  You may not sign an appraisal report as “state certified” or “state licensed”, or words of substantially similar meaning until you have been issued a new certificate by the Board.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call the Board Office at (859) 623-1658.