Regulation: ARSD 20:14:04:12.01. Registration of supervisory appraiser by the state-registered appraiser; 20:14:04:12.02. Responsibility of a state-registered appraiser; 20:14:04:13. Supervisory appraiser; 20:14:04:14. Requirements of a supervisory appraiser; ARSD 20:14
State Site: http://dlr.sd.gov/appraisers/forms.aspx
Solo Inspection Required: 50 Assignments
License Type: State Registered Appraiser
Solo Inspection Details: The supervisor must personally inspect a minimum of 50 residential subject properties with the state registered appraiser if the state registered appraiser is seeking the state-licensed or state-certified residential appraiser classification.
If the state registered appraiser seeking the state-licensed or state-certified classification includes the appraisal of non-residential properties, the supervisory appraiser must personally inspect all nonresidential subject properties up to 25 properties with the state registered appraiser; or a minimum of 25 nonresidential subject properties with the state registered appraiser if the state registered appraiser is seeking the state-certified general appraiser classification.
If a state registered appraiser has more than one supervisory appraiser, all of the personal inspections of each of the supervisory appraisers may be totaled to meet the minimal personal inspections required by this subsection.
Requirements to be a Supervisor: 3 years certified, complete Supervisor course, $150.00 application fee, completed endorsement form HERE. and completed the supervisor application form HERE.
Requirements to get Trainee Hours: 75 hours of appraisal coursework including 15-hour USPAP and complete application form HERE.
Application Cost: $210
Note: States update regulations frequently. Please ensure you go to the state website to verify requirements. Additionally, please follow your applicable state requirement standards set by the Appraiser Qualification Board (AQB).