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If you believe there has been a violation of the Texas Appraiser Licensing and Certification Act, the Texas Appraisal Management Company Registration and Regulation Act, or TALCB Rules, you have the right to file a complaint.  

TALCB jurisdiction 

TALCB regulates these appraisal service providers:  

  • Appraiser Trainees
  • Licensed Residential Appraisers
  • Certified Residential Appraisers
  • Certified General Appraisers
  • Appraiser Continuing Education Providers
  • Temporary Non-Resident Appraiser Registrations
  • Appraisal Management Companies 

TALCB does not have authority over:  

  • Property Tax Professionals licensed by TDLR 
  • Property Tax Consultants licensed by TDLR 
  • Disputes solely on appraised value 

Before you start a complaint:  

Stage 1: You submit a complaint about an appraisal service provider.

Stage 2: We review the complaint to determine whether TALCB has authority. If so, we send the complaint to the appraisal service provider for a response.  

Stage 3: The complaint is referred to the investigations team to determine whether there has been a violation. 

Stage 4: Once the investigation is complete, the complaint is sent to the legal team for review and disposition. 

Stage 5: Once the complaint has been closed, TALCB notifies you of the resolution. 

Start your complaint:  

We take your complaint seriously. TALCB staff will respond to your complaint in a timely manner and periodically notify you about the status of the complaint.  

File a Complaint

Check the status of your complaint:  

Open complaints are confidential by law, therefore TALCB cannot provide information beyond the status.  

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