​​​​​​Certified Accredited Appraiser - (CAA) Sanctioned by ANA to Appraise.

  1. Individuals who have successfully completed the educational requirements for certification from either The College for Appraisers, ISA, ASA, other approved educational institutes or have met the minimum requirements set forth by the Appraiser Qualification Board (AQB) of the The Appraisal Foundation.
  2. Individuals seeking membership using certification from the above mentioned organizations or institutes shall provide the ANA Review Board documentation necessary to determine eligibility. Include any advanced learning certificates, such as: Fine Art, Heavy Machinery, GIA etc.
  3. Applicants must include a copy of a written appraisal.
  4. In addition, each certified accredited member (CAA) must have successfully completed the 15-hour course and passed the final examination of the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP). They are also required to remain current with USPAP by taking the 7-hour update every two years.
  5. To remain a member in good standing, every appraisal assignment must comply with the current guidelines established by USPAP.
  6. Every member of ANA must comply with the ANA code of ethics.  


Associate Member - 

Individuals or businesses whose main interest is in the field of personal property appraising such as: Estate Sellers, dealers, auctioneers, estate buyers or other related professions. Associate Members must comply with the ANA code of ethics.   The Associate Member is not sanctioned to appraise by ANA.


Student Members - ​Individuals who are currently enrolled in courses of instruction. 

There are currently (3) levels of membership

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