Current ISA member?
From exclusive training courses to a network of fellow appraisers available to help you solve any challenge, you have access to benefits designed to help you succeed in today's marketplace as a personal property appraiser.
- Discover what it takes to advance to the next level in ISA credentialing
- Log in to access the ISA Peer Network and member forums, receive member discounts or update your listing in the Find an ISA Member referral service
Interested in becoming an ISA member?
ISA welcomes all current personal property appraisers and anyone looking to begin an exciting new career in personal property appraising. Candidates for membership are typically art scholars, gallerists, curators, collectors, museum staff, antique dealers, auctioneers, estate liquidators, and others involved in the professional valuation of personal property. We'll help you get your appraising career off the ground with our ISA Core Course in Appraisal Studies and then support you throughout your career with advancement training and professional tools.
- Learn about a career in professional personal property appraising
- See what it takes to start and advance through ISA credentialing
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Learn more about ISA membership and how it can help you grow your career in appraising. Download ISA Prospective Member Guide
“I joined ISA to get the best education and I stay because it continues to be the best. ISA inspires me to be the best appraiser I can be. The technological advances of our website and enhanced marketing tools keep bringing business to my door. I'm in my 20th year appraising and it gets better every year."
—Marian R. Aubry, ISA CAPP
“ISA was my first choice for appraisal education. As the only society specific to personal property, ISA offers a strong curriculum that stays current to change within the industry. Being prepared, and having a strong network of fellow appraisers with which to confer, has made my career choice very rewarding."
—Jan Robbins Durr, ISA CAPP