At its meeting on February 9, the Board approved for adoption an amendment to rule 153.21 that, once implemented, will allow an experienced Supervisory Appraiser to supervise up to five Appraiser Trainees at one time under certain conditions. Current rules allow a qualified Supervisory Appraiser to supervise up to three Appraiser Trainees at one time.
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 processing dates provided below are updated every Monday by 3:00 PM Central Time.
The dates in the table reflect the Received Date of the documents that we are currently processing. During the last two weeks of the month, we concentrate our efforts on processing timely submitted license renewals and supporting documents for license holders who expire at the end of that month.
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AUSTIN, TX - The Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) and the Texas Appraiser Licensing & Certification Board (TALCB) are pleased to announce our biennial strategic planning listening tour. License holders and the public are invited to participate in the agency’s preparation of its 2019-2023 Strategic Plan by offering input at one of the following sessions:
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.
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.
TALCB publishes a newsletter with the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC). Check out the latest edition for all most up to date information on what is going on with TACLB and the appraiser community. Including a great article on changes in supervisory appraiser eligibility!
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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.