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License Holder Search

A bill passed by the 88th Texas Legislature requires all licensing agencies, including the Texas Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board, to remove or redact certain details about applicants and current and past license holders in publicly available information, such as the TALCB website license holder search or via public information requests.

This legislation enhances your privacy by protecting personal information like your address, telephone number, and email address.

Prior to this bill, contact information of license holders was available to the public.

Alternative Ways to Find a Supervisor

Aspiring appraisers have previously used the TALCB website as a source for contact information of potential supervisors. The following organizations related to the appraisal industry may have information for those seeking a career as an appraiser.

What This Means for High Value Data Set Users

High Value Data Sets will no longer include license holders’ addresses, phone numbers, email addresses, and location-identifying information beyond the county in which they live or conduct business.