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Last Updated: 1/18/2017

Minnesota State Board of Assessors

Welcome to the Minnesota State Board of Assessors

 
The Minnesota State Board of Assessors website offers a wide variety of information for licensed Minnesota assessors and those seeking to become a Minnesota assessor.  Explore the website and if you have any questions contact the State Board of Assessors via email at assessors.board@state.mn.us. For more information about the board, including meeting schedule and minutes, click here.   
 

Announcements

Request for Comments - State Board of Assessors Rule

The Minnesota State Board of Assessors requests comments on its possible amendment to rules governing licensure, education, training registration, record retention and reinstatement.  The Board is considering the rule amendments describe in the attached Rule for Comments.  

Request for Comments

The request for comments was also published in the State Register.
 

Continuing Education Requirements for Minnesota Assessors

​If your license level on 7/1/2016 was:

​In order to be re-licensed on 7/1/2020, you need to obtain: ​Your CEHs must include:
​CMA or CMAS ​40 CEHs (Continuing Education Hours) ​Ethics Seminar
​AMA or SAMA ​50 CEHs (Continuing Education Hours) ​Ethics Seminar and PACE Course
  

Assessor Accreditation

If you were first licensed as a Minnesota assessor prior to July 1, 2015 and if you appraise or physically inspect real property for property tax purposes, you must obtain your Accredited Minnesota Assessor (AMA) license no later than July 1, 2019. 

If you were first licensed as a Minnesota assessor after July 1, 2015 and if you appraise or physically inspect real property for property tax purposes, you must obtain your AMA within 4 years of receiving your initial Minnesota assessor license.  For example, if you receive your Certified Minnesota Assessor (CMA) license on September 15, 2015, you must obtain your AMA license by September 15, 2019. 

 

From the Board....April 2016 Newsletter

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