The Board held its regular quarterly business meeting on Friday February 9th , and we offered appraiser continuing education (ACE) hours for attendance, so we had a number of extra license holders join us that day. The Board members elected Martha Gayle Reid Lynch as Vice-Chair and Earl “Buster” Renfrow as Secretary for the next 12 months.
The current experience audit processing time is between 90-120 days for a licensed residential or certified residential applicant, and between 120-150 days for a certified general applicant. A detailed outline of the audit process is available for more information.
The processing dates provided below are updated every Monday by 3:00 PM Central Time.
The Board met on Friday May 5th for its regular quarterly meeting with 100% of members in attendance. In addition to hearing updates on customer service, license processing, exam administration, complaint investigation and enforcement, and financial performance matters, other administrative business was also accomplished, including an update on the long-term facilities master plan, appointment of investment officers and the annual report of appraiser demographics in Texas.
The most recent available numbers of licenses and enforcement cases. These numbers will be updated each month, so check back for the most recent totals.
Governor Abbott has appointed five new members to the Texas Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board (TALCB) and reappointed three. James Jefferies and Clayton Black have been reappointed with terms set to expire January 31, 2017. Alejandro Sostre-Odio and Joyce Yannuzzi with terms set to expire January 31, 2019 and Chance Bolton, Tony Peña and Martha Reid for terms set to expire January 31, 2021. Abbott has named Jamie Wickliffe of Midlothian, as Chair of the Board for the remainder of her term which is also set to expire January 31, 2019.
The Texas Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board Has Announced New Peer Investigative Committee (PIC) Appointments and Mentors. Head over to the PIC and Mentor pages to get more information about the committee and mentor members.
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Volunteering to become a Mentor for the Board is a way for experienced appraisers to serve the public interest and contribute to the appraisal profession by working one-on-one with appraisers required to complete remedial training and education. Mentors agree to serve for a two-year period and are a key component of the agency's process to ensure appraiser competency.
The members of the Education Committee are appointed annually by the TALCB Chair. This committee advises the Board on education-related matters and recommends changes to the Board's rules, policies and procedures relating to those matters.