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Office of the County Appraiser

Phone: 913-715-9000 | Fax: 913-715-0010

11811 S. Sunset Drive, Suite 2100, Olathe, Kansas 66061

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Staff Certifications

The Johnson County Appraiser's Office encourages and supports its staff in obtaining the highest standards of education, including certification and designation through recognized professional organizations such as the International Association of Assessing Officers.

Listed below are the names of appraisal staff who have earned a professional designation (title).

To view related guidelines or criteria for any title, please click acronym to jump to designations:

  • Eric Beer, Residential Real Estate Appraiser II | RMA
  • Matthew Berkey, Residential Real Estate District Appraiser | RMA
  • Kyle Blanz, Commercial Real Estate BOTA Supervisor | RMA | RES
  • David (Beau) Boisvert, Director of Appraisal Operations | RMA
  • Michelle Clark, Commercial Real Estate BOTA Specialist | RMA | AAS
  • Briar Conner, Commercial Real Estate Appraiser I | RMA | RES
  • J Cooper, Residential Agricultural Land Specialist | RMA | RES
  • Jon Epperson, Commercial Real Estate Appraiser II | RMA
  • Tony Fandel, Residential Real Estate District Appraiser | RMA | RES
  • Kara Glover Endicott, Residential Real Estate Regional Coordinator | RMA | CAE | RES | IAAO Instructor
  • Brian Gough, Commercial Real Estate BOTA Specialist | RMA
  • Patty Hall, Support Specialist | CSC
  • Jim Hendrickson, Supervisor Commercial Real Estate Valuation | RMA | RES
  • Shannon Hiss, Commercial Real Estate Appraiser II | RMA | RES | IAAO Instructor
  • Jeffrey Holsapple, Assistant County Appraiser | RMA | CAE | RES
  • Kenny Jenkins,Commercial Real Estate Appraiser II | RMA | RES
  • David Knight, Orion Applications Analyst | RMA | RES
  • Darin LaBarge, Commercial Real Estate Appraiser II | RMA
  • Michael Lorius, Residential Real Estate District Appraiser | RMA | RES
  • Nick Lyon, Residential Real Estate Appraiser II | RMA
  • Craig Neal, Commercial Real Estate Appraiser I | RMA
  • William Neal, Senior Residential Real Estate Regional Coordinator | RMA | RES
  • Tiffany Osborn, Commercial Real Estate BOTA Specialist | RMA | RES
  • Mike Plank, Residential Real Estate Appraiser II | RMA
  • Jeffrey Ramsey, Residential Real Estate Valuation Manager | RMA | CAE | RES
  • Rebecca Roberts, Commercial Real Estate Appraiser II | RMA
  • Eric Serrano, BOTA Specialist | RMA
  • Kevin Skirdulis, GIS Analyst | GISP
  • Cody Sosna, Residential Real Estate District Appraiser | RMA | RES
  • Vince Tobin, Commercial Real Estate Appraiser II | RMA | RES
  • Jerry Tolle, Commercial Real Estate BOTA Specialist | RMA
  • Tracy Weaver, Residential Real Estate Regional Coordinator | RMA | RES
  • Jeffrey White, Residential Real Estate District Appraiser | RMA | RES
  • Cynthia Yarnell, Commercial Real Estate Appraiser II | RMA



To earn the Assessment Administration Specialist a candidate must:

  • Meet general IAAO and educational requirements
  • Complete IAAO educational courses 101, 102, 400 and 402
  • Complete an assessment administration case study examination, research project or evaluation of a jurisdiction's assessment process


The ASA is awarded by the American Society of Appraisers:

  • To earn the Accredited Senior Appraiser, a candidate must complete appropriate combination of education and work experience.


To earn the Certified Assessment Evaluator a candidate must:

  • Have a high school diploma or its equivalent
  • Have five years experience in assessment or appraising
  • Complete IAAO courses 1, 2, 7 and 201 or equivalents (250 hours)
  • Complete a residential demonstration report
  • Complete a commercial project or demonstration report
  • Complete a Standards of Practice workshop
  • Pass an eight-hour comprehensive examination


To earn the Certified Administrative Professional a candidate must:

  • Complete appropriate combination of education and work experience
  • Complete the CAP examination


To earn the Certified Commercial Investment Member a candidate must:

  • Complete appropriate combination of course work
  • Have appropriate work experience in the commercial real estate investment field
  • Successfully complete a comprehensive examination to earn the CCIM designation


To earn the Certified Public Accountant a candidate must:

  • Complete baccalaureate degree with 150 college hours
  • Have appropriate work experience
  • Pass the Uniform CPA examination


To earn the Certified Public Manager designation a candidate must:

  • Complete 300 hours of classroom and research time
  • Develop a Capstone project
  • Create a final presentation


To earn the Certified Professional Secretary a candidate must:

  • Complete appropriate combination of education and work experience
  • Complete examination on finance, business law, office systems, administration, and management


To become Customer Service Certified the candidate must:

  • Complete 32 hours of course work
    • Five core courses
    • Two elective courses
  • Develop a personal action plan
  • Implement the action plan in daily work


The Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS)The RICS, established in 1881, is one of the most respected and high-profile global standards and membership organizations for professionals involved in land, property, construction, and related environmental issues. The FRICS designation, the most prestigious category of RICS membership, is awarded in recognition of an individual’s achievements in the practice of real estate, including following a strict code of conduct and upholding the highest standards of education and professional training


To earn the Geographic Information Systems (GIS), a candidate must have a broad foundation and specific minimums in each of the three achievement categories listed below that must be met or exceeded.

GISPs must recertify every five years. Points must be earned in the five year window following the initial certification date and before the recertification date.

  • Educational Achievement: A degree along with formal and informal learning activities and coursework. This section awards points for university courses, workshops, training, and conference attendance.
  • Professional Experience: Professional positions claimed by the applicant involving duties related to GIS and geospatial technology.
  • Contributions to Profession: Activities benefiting the profession as a whole. These are broken down into six categories; publications, association involvement, conference participation, workshop instruction, awards, and related community contributions. Sample activities include writing articles, being a member of a local user group, presenting papers, organizing GIS - Daily activities, volunteering, etc.


All Appraisal Institute members holding the MAI (or SRA or SRP) designation are required to:

  • Complete rigorous education requirements, submit extensive specialized appraisal experience, demonstrate appraisal report writing abilities and potentially pass a comprehensive examination. All requirements to obtain the MAI, SRA or SRPA designations are significantly above the state and federal requirements.
  • Conduct his or her professional activities in accordance with the Appraisal Institute’s Code of Professional Ethics and are subject to a peer review process, which enforces the Code of Professional Ethics.
  • Adhere to strict continuing education requirements to ensure they are up-to-date with the evolving real estate field. In addition, the Appraisal Institute’s MAI, SRA and SRPA designations have long been recognized by courts of law, government agencies, financial institutions and investors as marks of excellence in the field of real estate valuation and analysis.


To earn the Personal Property Specialist (PPS) a candidate must:

  • Be an IAAO member
  • Be a candidate in the PPS program
  • Have three years of experience in the personal property valuation system
  • Complete three educational courses
  • Perform a demonstration appraisal report
  • Complete the PPS Master Examination


To earn the Residential Evaluation Specialist (RES) a candidate must:

  • The candidate must be an IAAO member and a candidate in good standing in the RES program
  • The candidate must have at least three (3) years of experience in appraising residential real property
  • The candidate must have credit for the following five (5) educational courses or their equivalents

1. IAAO Course 101: Fundamentals of Real Property Appraisal
2. IAAO Course 102: Income Approach to Valuation
3. IAAO Course 300: Fundamentals of Mass Appraisal
4. IAAO Course 311: Residential Modeling Concepts
5. IAAO 151 Workshop: Standards of Practice and Professional Ethics (Examination can not be challenged).

  • The candidate must have satisfactorily completed either:
    1. A real property demonstration appraisal report, using all recognized approaches to value, on a single-family residence

    If a candidate for a RES is also on an equivalent real property appraiser certification or licensing track administered by an organization, country, province or state requiring successful completion of a real property demonstration appraisal report, the candidate may seek a waiver of the IAAO requirement by submitting the appraisal report approved by his/her organization, country, province or state satisfying section D.1. provided that the organization, country, province or state has previously entered into a real property demonstration appraisal report and grading standards waiver agreement with the IAAO.

    2. Or Case Study Exam and IAAO 20.1

    3. A real property demonstration appraisal report on the computer-assisted valuation of a group of residential properties

    4. The candidate must pass a four-hour RES Master Examination. This examination can be given only after all other requirements have been met.

    5. Upon successfully completing the RES Master Examination, the candidate must submit an affidavit attesting to experience before the designation can be conferred.

    6. The candidate must be a high school graduate or the equivalent.


To earn the Registered Mass Appraiser (RMA), the candidate must:

  • Complete IAAO Course 1 and 2 or equivalent
  • Complete IAAO Standards & Ethics
  • Complete Property Tax Law Course
  • Complete Personal Property course
  • Complete Mass Appraiser course
  • Have additional education totaling 30 hours for a total of 180 hours
  • Be experienced with 6,000 hours of mass appraisal experience
  • Complete Kansas Property Valuation Department's eligibility examination
  • Complete case studies in residential and commercial
  • Complete continuing education of 120 hours every four years

Meet the Appraiser

Johnson County BOCC Appoints Director of Appraisal Operations

(Oct. 17, 2019 - OLATHE, Kan.) Today, the Johnson County Board of County Commissioners appointed David “Beau” Boisvert as Director of Appraisal Operations for Johnson County Government, effective Nov. 14 through June 30, 2021. Boisvert has nearly 25 years of appraisal experience and comes to Johnson County from the Yavapai County Assessor’s Office in Prescott, Arizona, where he has served as the Chief Deputy for nearly three years. During his career, he spent 11 years in the Maricopa County (Arizona) Assessor’s Office, including three years as Chief Appraiser.

“The board was impressed with Mr. Boisvert’s experience in such a large county as Maricopa, where he led a staff of 190 and oversaw the valuation of 1.6 million parcels, about eight times the amount of parcels in Johnson County,” said Chairman Ed Eilert, Johnson County BOCC. “In addition to Maricopa and Yavapai counties, cities and counties have hired him as a consultant to improve their business practices. He has a track record for operating efficiently with set policies and state requirements.”

Former Johnson County Appraiser Paul Welcome retired from the county in June 2019. Jeff Holsapple is the Interim County Appraiser and will fulfill that role until Boisvert completes the Kansas Department of Revenue’s Property Valuation Division’s requirements. Boisvert will run the office and manage the team, while Holsapple will handle the statutorily required duties of the Appraiser’s Office until Boisvert meets the state’s requirements to fulfill all duties of County Appraiser.

“I am looking forward to being part of the Johnson County leadership and working with the staff in the Appraiser’s Office,” said Boisvert. “I am very excited about this next adventure.”

Boisvert joined Yavapai County in 1995 as a Records Technician. He served several positions there, including five years as Land Supervisor. In 2005, he took a job as Land Team Leader with Maricopa County. He served in several positions before becoming Chief Appraiser there in 2013. Boisvert has been the Chief Deputy at the Yavapai County Assessor’s Office since January 2017.

Boisvert has years of teaching experience, including serving as a guest speaker for “Introduction to Real Estate” on GIS Systems at Yavapai College from 1998 – 2003, and providing training on assessment/appraisal topics annually to the Arizona State Board of Equalization from 2008 - 2016. He received the Outstanding Public Servant Award from the State Bar of Arizona in 2014.

Contact the Appraiser

Inquiries regarding valuation of property, residential real estate, commercial real estate, individual personal property and commercial personal property contact:

  • Johnson County Appraiser's Office
    11811 S. Sunset Dr., Suite 2100; Olathe, Kansas; 66061-7060
    Customer Service - 913-715-9000 | Fax - (913) 715-0010
    Office hours: M-F, 8-5

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Available Information and Pricing

Labor (staff time) $25.00 an hour after the first hour is completed.

Appraiser's Office County Data File:

  • 2020 $100.00
  • 2019 $100.00
  • 2018 $100.00
  • 2017 $100.00
  • 2016 $100.00

The Appraiser's Office Data File is an SQL file of all our property record data that fulfills the Kansas Open Records Act (KORA) requirement, excluding ownership. You will be able to query (or have a professional service query) any information you want from this data file. Included with the SQL file is a spreadsheet of property data codes and their descriptions, and a spreadsheet with all county properties and their appraised values. This SQL file is updated twice a year in February and June. The spreadsheet listing all the appraised and assessed values in the county is available to purchase separately from the data file.

Spreadsheet listing all appraised and assessed values in Johnson County Kansas:

  • 2020 $40.00
  • 2019 $40.00
  • 2018 $40.00
  • 2017 $40.00
  • 2016 $40.00

Valuation Studies:

  • 2020 Capitalization Rate Study Vol I & II $65.00
  • 2020 Capitalization Rate Study Vol I $5.50
  • 2020 Hotel Cap Rate Study Vol I & II $30.00
  • 2020 Hotel Cap Rate Study Vol I $4.75

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