Volunteer Appraisal Reviewers
Committing to serve as a Volunteer Appraisal Reviewer is a way for experienced appraisers to serve the public interest and contribute to the appraisal profession. A Volunteer Appraisal Reviewer agrees to serve for a two-year period (individuals may be reappointed) and is asked to assist TALCB in performing appraisal reviews as part of an application for review of trainee work product.
Who can become a Volunteer Appraisal Reviewer?
Any current certified Texas appraiser in good standing can apply to become a Volunteer Appraisal Reviewer. Reviewers are appointed by the Chair of the Board and under the statutory authority for TALCB and the Board. Apply by completing the Volunteer Appraisal Reviewer Application.
Individuals interested in becoming a Volunteer Appraisal Reviewer need to meet the following qualifications:
- Certified Texas appraiser
- In good standing in Texas and other state(s) of licensure/certification, with no disciplinary history
- Willing and able to perform at least four assignments in a year (roughly one per quarter; reviewers may decline any assignment for any reason)
For those interested in applying to become a Volunteer Appraisal Reviewer, please follow these steps:
- Complete the application form.
- Include a letter on your professional letterhead addressed to the Board and submit to the attention of the Recording Secretary. The letter should:
- state your qualifications and experience as an appraiser,
- outline your rationale for requesting appointment, and
- disclose any disciplinary history.
- Sign the Service Agreement.
- Upon appointment, the Chair will sign the applicant’s executed Service Agreement and inform the applicant.