Tracey Kahle, GIA Graduate Gemologist and ISA Certified Appraiser of Personal Property (CAPP) has successfully completed the requalification process for maintaining her ISA CAPP as an appraiser of personal property by the International Society of Appraisers. ISA is the nation’s largest organization of personal property appraisers.
Requalification for professional appraisal credentials is required of all ISA members every five years. Candidates must pass an examination based on updated knowledge of appraising and report writing and submit documentation of having earned the required points for professional development activities, such as continuing education in their field.
Maintaining proper professional credentials is essential for personal property appraisers who are dedicated to excellence in their field. Attaining the ISA CAPP designation is a major professional achievement for personal property appraisers. The presence of the ISA logo is an assurance to the general public that they are working with appraisers who are dedicated to upholding the highest standards in accuracy, competency, and integrity in their professional endeavors.
The International Society of Appraisers (ISA), founded in 1979, provides education, certification, and advocacy to 1000 appraiser members in the United States, Canada, and other countries.