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USPAP Now Available Online

Because of the increasing cost of printing and mailing as well as the increased size of the document, bound copies of the 2008 The Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice will not be mailed individually to appraisers. Instead, we are adding a link on our website to the full text of the document at the Appraisal Foundation Website. 

Please note that this version is for viewing purposes and should not be downloaded or printed as it is protected by copyright. 

If you wish to purchase a bound or electronic copy of the document, an additional link is provided that will take you to the Appraisal Foundation web store.

The direct link to The Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice is:

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