Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP)

The Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) is the generally recognized ethical and performance standards for the appraisal profession in the United States. USPAP is updated every two years so that appraisers have the information they need to deliver unbiased and thoughtful opinions of value.

To become a certified personal property appraiser in the United States, appraisers must take the 15-Hour National USPAP Course (or its equivalent). This is also a requirement to earn your GPPA designation. Once certified, personal property appraisers must take the 7-Hour National USPAP Update Course (or its equivalent) once every two calendar years. This is also a requirement to maintain your GPPA or MPPA designation.

USPAP 7 will be offered VIRTUALLY July 21-22, 2020 from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Central Time.

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USPAP-Certified Instructors

Rich Schur, CAI, BAS, MPPA

Rich is an auctioneer and appraiser with Schur Success Auction and Appraisal, Inc. and works with his wife, Shannon Schur, CAI, BAS, GPPA. He graduated Worldwide College of Auctioneering in 2005 and was named the Rookie Champion for Colorado in 2006 and Colorado State Champion in 2010. As well as holding CAI, BAS and GPPA, Rich is a Certified Equipment and Machinery Appraiser from the NEBB Institute. He has served as President of the Colorado Auctioneers Association and as a member of the NAA Board of Directors.