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Related Regulatory and Protection Groups

Depending on the nature of your particular real estate business―whether it’s an issue with a financial institution or a property tax concern― there are a number of agencies that are looking out for your best interest. If your issue is not under the jurisdiction of the TALCB, one of the resources below may be able to help. Here you can find more information about how these related industries are regulated and how complaints are filed:

Public Information Policy

The Texas Public Information Act gives you the right to access government records and government officials may not ask why you want them. All government information is presumed to be available to the public. Exceptions may apply to the disclosure of certain information. The Agency must promptly release requested information that is not confidential by law or information for which an exception to disclosure has been sought.
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Required Agency Reports

Agency Reports

Yearly and quarterly reports about the operation, management, and performance of the agency are available for your review. Everything from the agency's strategic plan to reports on customer service, annual financials, and internal audit finding are available. Reports older than the current fiscal year are available in our archives. Should you have questions or an information request not covered in these reports, please contact us.

Contact Us

For information, contact the TALCB Reception and Communication Services Division at (512) 936-3001 or send an email. We welcome your suggestions, on how to serve you better, by submitting the customer service survey.  

Filing a Complaint

The vast majority of appraisers are honest and knowledgeable professionals. Thousands of home sales and appraisals happen monthly in Texas and in most cases all parties are treated fairly. However, if you feel there has been a violation of the TALCB Act (law), rules, or the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP), you have the right to file a complaint. If you are unsure about what constitutes a complaint you can review our article on common USPAP violations.