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The National Association of Professional Appraisers exists to further the appraiser profession throughout the United States and globally.

The National Association of Professional Appraisers (NAPA) was created in 1993. NAPA is a professional appraiser membership organization.

Since its founding, NAPA has worked to help the appraisal profession by providing up to date education material and streamlining the appraiser credentialing process.

National Association of Professional Appraisers Mission

The mission of NAPA is to provide its professional appraiser members with specialized training in appraisal theory, methodology, and to provide an appraiser with the tools and support that enhance their ability to write a narrative appraisal argument. The National Association of Professional Appraisers requires its members to practice in accordance with the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP).

The NAPA Board Members Shared Vision for the Appraisal Profession

The National Association of Professional Appraisers Board continues to work diligently to propel NAPA forward as a quality appraiser association that incorporated professional appraisers from all appraisal disciplines. NAPA accepts members who are or want to become professional appraisers.