ISA member benefits


Advance your career by earning your ISA credentials, signifying to your clients, business contacts, and the public that you are among the highest-trained personal property appraisers.

Peer Network

Get help when you need it. Access a network of support with your appraisal industry peers through ISA's online forum, courses and events.

Business Support

Appear on the Find an ISA Member directory for client referrals, use the Job Board for new assignments and assistance, and take advantage of toolkit resources to market your business.

Exclusive Training

Gain access to advanced training courses in appraising, only available to ISA members.

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Increase your value through membership and advancement

Professional advancement and requalification is important to provide the public with appraisers they can trust.



Professional Designation: ISA

Signifies you have completed core ISA training in appraisal theory, methodology, ethics, and report-writing standards.

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Accredited Member

Professional Designation: ISA AM

Official designation of a qualified ISA appraiser with a declared specialty and significant, appraisal-related experience.

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Certified Member

Professional Designation: ISA CAPP

The highest achievement and level of credentialing in the industry of personal property appraising, signifying advanced appraisal methodology, expertise and professional development.

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Katherine Bates

Katherine Bates

ISA member since January 2019

Kate is managing partner of her family's company, Silvey Estate Sales, located in Tulsa, OK. She and her partner, Glenda Silvey, are current members of ISA and provide estate sale, inventory, and appraisal services in the Tulsa area.

(918) 606-4610

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Why our members join and stay

Is it the training, the exposure on the ISA website, or the support of your fellow appraiser members? See why these personal property appraisers decided to become and stay members of ISA.