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Statute requires that any person who values real property for taxation purposes, including those who act as assistants or deputies to a county assessor, be accredited with the Department of Revenue. An appraiser gains accreditation by meeting all of the following requirements:
Once an appraiser gains accreditation, they must renew it by application every two years. The renewal must include 15 hours of continuing education (three of these hours may include courses that would be considered "of interest" to the assessor's office). Courses that are attended by the appraisers must first be approved by the Department, and must be related to real property appraising.