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Application Instructions

  • Application for Real Estate Appraiser Trainee
    Apply Online Now!

    Go to MyLicense.IN.gov and you will either need to create or login to your Access Indiana, single sign-on account. You will complete the online application and submit payment with a credit or debit card. You will be contacted by a customer service representative with details of what additional documentation is required to complete your application. Applications are processed in the order received.

    • Completed Application: Applications may be submitted online at MyLicense.IN.gov or completed by paper and mailed to our office. Be sure to include an email address as this is how your licensure status will be communicated.
    • Application fee of $100.00: Pay by credit or debit card for applications submitted online at MyLicense.IN.gov. If applying by paper/mail make checks or money orders payable to Indiana Professional Licensing Agency.  All application fees are nonrefundable.
    • Criminal Background Check - You may start your criminal background check process after the receipt screen appears after submitting your online application and payment. CBCs conducted prior to an application received date will not be considered. Please review our criminal background check webpage for more information.
    • Positive Response Documentation: If you answer "Yes" to any criminal history/discipline questions on the application or no to the diploma question, explain fully in a statement that includes all details. Include the violation, location, date, and disposition. Submit copies of court documents for each instance to support the statement.  Please upload at the time of application or log back into your account and use the License Update option.
    • Name Change:  An official affidavit indicating any legal name change, a copy of a marriage certificate, or divorce decree is acceptable if your name differs from that on any of your documents. Please upload at the time of application or log back into your account and use the License Update option.
    • Appraisal Education/Courses: Certificate of completion for the prerequisite courses. You must complete the following prerequisite courses before submitting your application.  Completion dates of the following courses cannot be older than 5 years from the date of application:
      CourseHours
      Basic Appraisal Principles30
      Basic Appraisal Procedures30
      15 hour Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice or equivalent15
      Supervisor/Trainee Course (approved by Board or AQB)Any*
      Total75*
    • The courses listed above must be Appraisal Qualifications Board (AQB) approved to qualify for credit towards the issuance of a trainee appraiser license. To locate a list of courses approved by the AQB, please follow these directions:
      1. Click on the following link: http://www.appraisalfoundation.org/
      2. Select “Education Programs” on the left menu bar
      3. Select “AQB Course Approval Program”
      4. Select “AQB Approved Real Property Courses”
      5. Choose to download the .pdf file
    • Supervision: *The application includes a section to be completed by the certified appraiser who will associate with you as your supervising appraiser. This appraiser must also have completed the supervisor/trainee course and must have been licensed in Indiana for at least 3 years. Please upload at the time of application or log back into your account and use the License Update option.
    • Examination:  Once your application has been approved, you will receive your examination approval letter for you to take the appraiser trainee exam.  The registration process will be described in the letter and the exam is provided through PSI.  Any specific testing questions will need to be directed to PSI.  After you have passed the examination, you must submit a copy of your examination score sheet.
    • Issuance Fee: In addition to the examination score sheet, once you have passed the exam you will also need to submit your issuance fee of $110.00 by check or money order to PLA.
  • Certified Residential Appraiser Licensing Information
    Apply Online Now!

    Go to MyLicense.IN.gov and you will either need to create or login to your Access Indiana, single sign-on account. You will complete the online application and submit payment with a credit or debit card. You will be contacted by a customer service representative with details of what additional documentation is required to complete your application. Applications are processed in the order received.

    Application Instructions:

    • Completed Application: Applications may be submitted online at MyLicense.IN.gov or completed by paper and mailed to our office. Be sure to include an email address as this is how your licensure status will be communicated. Examination/Upgrade paper application can be found here or Reciprocity paper application can be found here.
    • Application fee of $100.00 or $25.00: Examination or Reciprocity application fees are $100.00 and Upgrade application fees are $25.00. Pay by credit or debit card for applications submitted online at MyLicense.IN.gov. If applying by paper/mail make checks or money orders payable to Indiana Professional Licensing Agency.  All application fees are nonrefundable.
    • Criminal Background Check - You may start your criminal background check process after the receipt screen appears after submitting your online application and payment. CBCs conducted prior to an application received date will not be considered. Please review our criminal background check webpage for more information.
    • Positive Response Documentation: If you answer "Yes" to any criminal history/discipline questions on the application or no to the diploma question, explain fully in a statement that includes all details. Include the violation, location, date, and disposition. Submit copies of court documents for each instance to support the statement. Please upload at the time of application or log back into your account and use the License Update option.
    • Name Change:  An official affidavit indicating any legal name change, a copy of a marriage certificate, or divorce decree is acceptable if your name differs from that on any of your documents. Please upload at the time of application or log back into your account and use the License Update option.
    • Required Additional Documentation:  The following additional forms which are a part of the paper applications must be submitted which may be uploaded to your online account at MyLicense.IN.gov via the License Update feature:
      • Experience Credit Reporting Form
      • Experience Summary Sheet
      • Appraisal Log Sheet: The appraisal log, which can be submitted utilizing an electronic spreadsheet, must show completion of 2500 hours of work in the given format and must be reported as ACTUAL HOURS. This log must include the name, license number, and signature of the applicant and supervisor on EVERY page.
    • Appraisal Education/Courses: Official certificates of completion from an approved provider* showing a minimum of 200 hours of education in the following courses:
      • Basic Appraisal Principles 30 hours
      • Basic Appraisal Procedures 30 hours
      • National Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice 15 hours
      • Residential Market Analysis and Highest and Best Use 15 hours
      • Residential Appraiser Site Valuation and Cost Approach 15 hours
      • Residential Sales Comparison and Income Approaches 30 hours
      • Residential Report Writing and Case Studies 15 hours
      • Statistics, Modeling, and Finance 15 hours
      • Advanced Residential Applications and Case Studies 15 hours
         Appraisal Subject Matter Electives 20 hours
      • *These courses may be taken in a classroom setting or they may be taken online. The course approval information can be found at www.appraisalfoundation.org. Click on Education Programs→AQB Course Approval Program→AQB Approved Real Property Courses→Download the pdf. Please review the information listed here for providers and courses available. If the provider or course that you are interested in is not found on this list, it is not an approved course.
    • Transcript: A Bachelors degree or higher from an accredited college or university is required and an original transcript from this institution must be submitted with the application.  Please upload at the time of application or log back into your account and use the License Update option.
    • Verification of Licensure: You must hold a license in another state in order to apply for a Temporary Appraiser Permit. The ASC National Registry is used to verify the licenses held in other states by the applicant.
    • Examination: Once all required items are submitted, the application will be reviewed and samples of appraisals from the log you submit will be requested. You will be instructed to submit samples by email in .pdf format as well as hard copies by mail for the application file. The Board will review the application and the samples of work submitted. If acceptable to the Board, the application will be approved and a letter will be emailed to the applicant stating that he/she is eligible to sit for the certified residential exam. This letter will also explain how to register for the examination. Any specific testing questions will need to be directed to PSI.  After you have passed the examination, you must submit a copy of your examination score sheet.
    • Issuance Fee: In addition to the examination score sheet, once you have passed the exam you will also need to submit your issuance fee by check or money order to PLA.
  • Certified General Appraiser Licensing Information
    Apply Online Now!

    Go to MyLicense.IN.gov and you will either need to create or login to your Access Indiana, single sign-on account. You will complete the online application and submit payment with a credit or debit card. You will be contacted by a customer service representative with details of what additional documentation is required to complete your application. Applications are processed in the order received.

    Application Instructions:

    • Completed Application: Applications may be submitted online at MyLicense.IN.gov or completed by paper and mailed to our office. Be sure to include an email address as this is how your licensure status will be communicated. Examination/Upgrade paper application can be found here or Reciprocity paper application can be found here.
    • Application fee of $100.00 or $25.00: Examination or Reciprocity application fees are $100.00 and Upgrade application fees are $25.00. Pay by credit or debit card for applications submitted online at MyLicense.IN.gov. If applying by paper/mail make checks or money orders payable to Indiana Professional Licensing Agency.  All application fees are nonrefundable.
    • Criminal Background Check - You may start your criminal background check process after the receipt screen appears after submitting your online application and payment. CBCs conducted prior to an application received date will not be considered. Please review our criminal background check webpage for more information.
    • Positive Response Documentation: If you answer "Yes" to any criminal history/discipline questions on the application or no to the diploma question, explain fully in a statement that includes all details. Include the violation, location, date, and disposition. Submit copies of court documents for each instance to support the statement.  Please upload at the time of application or log back into your account and use the License Update option.
    • Name Change:  An official affidavit indicating any legal name change, a copy of a marriage certificate, or divorce decree is acceptable if your name differs from that on any of your documents. Please upload at the time of application or log back into your account and use the License Update option.
    • Required Additional Documentation:  The following additional forms which are a part of the paper applications must be submitted which may be uploaded to your online account at MyLicense.IN.gov via the License Update feature:
      • Experience Credit Reporting Form
      • Experience Summary Sheet
      • Appraisal Log Sheet: The log, containing 3000 hours of work reported in the given format, must include the name, license number, and signature of the applicant as well as the supervisor. A minimum of 2000 of these hours must be in the general category.
    • Appraisal Education/Courses: Official certificates of completion from an approved provider* showing a minimum of 300 hours of education in the following courses:
      • Basic Appraisal Principles 30 hours
      • Basic Appraisal Procedures 30 hours
      • National Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice 15 hours
      • General Appraiser Market Analysis and Highest and Best Use 30 hours
      • General Appraiser Site Valuation and Cost Approach 30 hours
      • General Appraiser Sales Comparison Approach 30 hours
      • General Appraiser Report Writing and Case Studies 30 hours
      • Statistics, Modeling, and Finance 15 hours
      • General Appraiser Income Approach 60 hours
      • Appraisal Subject Matter Electives 30 hours
        *These courses may be taken in a classroom setting or they may be taken online. The course approval information can be found at www.appraisalfoundation.org. Click on Education Programs→AQB Course Approval Program→AQB Approved Real Property Courses→Download the pdf. Please review the information listed here for providers and courses available. If the provider or course that you are interested in is not found on this list, it is not an approved course.
    • Transcript: A Bachelors degree or higher from an accredited college or university is required and an original transcript from this institution must be submitted with the application.  Please upload at the time of application or log back into your account and use the License Update option.
    • Verification of Licensure: You must hold a license in another state in order to apply for a Temporary Appraiser Permit. The ASC National Registry is used to verify the licenses held in other states by the applicant.
    • Examination: Once all required items are submitted, the application will be reviewed and samples of appraisals from the log you submit will be requested. You will be instructed to submit samples by email in .pdf format as well as hard copies by mail for the application file. The Board will review the application and the samples of work submitted. If acceptable to the Board, the application will be approved and a letter will be emailed to the applicant stating that he/she is eligible to sit for the certified general exam. This letter will also explain how to register for the examination. Any specific testing questions will need to be directed to PSI.  After you have passed the examination, you must submit a copy of your examination score sheet.
    • Issuance Fee: In addition to the examination score sheet, once you have passed the exam you will also need to submit your issuance fee by check or money order to PLA.
  • Supervising Appraiser Course

    Effective May 16, 2012, any supervisor who is associated with a trainee will be required to complete a course specific to the supervisory role. The Real Estate Appraiser Licensure and Certification Board recently enacted rules which create this course, and outline the requirements for any appraiser acting as a supervisor. For more detail on this rule change, please click here to review the rule filing in the Indiana Register.

    The links below will take you to a summary of the new requirements, as they affect supervising and trainee appraisers. This information is intended as a guide, and not as legal advice. For questions on what you can and cannot do in your practice, please consult a private attorney or our law compilation. For more information on requirements, please select your role in the supervising appraisal process below.

    Supervisor

    Trainee

    Approved Supervising Appraiser Course Providers

    Please select the link below to find a list of all course providers that are approved by the Board to provide the Supervising Appraiser Course. For information on course dates, times, locations, and more, please contact the course provider directly.

    List of Approved Supervising Appraiser Course Providers

  • Supervising Appraiser Course - Trainee

    After May 16, 2012, any supervisor who is associated with a trainee appraiser must complete a Board-approved supervising appraiser course.

    My supervisor was already associated with me. Does he or she have to take this course?

    Yes. All supervisors must complete the supervising appraiser course. This includes appraisers already associated with a trainee when the rule went into effect on May 16, 2012. These supervising appraisers may continue to act as a supervisor, but must complete the course by June 30, 2013.

    I am a new trainee applicant. Does my supervisor have to take the course before supervising me?

    Not necessarily. Any supervisors who start an association with a trainee after May 16, 2012, will have six (6) months from the beginning of the association to complete the course.

    What happens if my supervisor doesn't complete this course?

    If a supervising appraiser fails to complete the course in the required time (see second question above) the supervisor will be removed as the trainee's supervisor, and your trainee license will be place in Inactive status. You will not be able to act as a trainee appraiser until you have then associated with another supervisor.

    My supervisor completed the course, what do I do now?

    Upon completion of the course, please have your supervising appraiser forward a copy of the course completion certificate to the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency, at pla9@pla.in.gov.

  • Supervising Appraiser Course - Supervisor

    After May 16, 2012, any supervisor is associated with a trainee appraiser must complete a Board-approved supervising appraiser course.

    I am currently a supervisor for a trainee. Do I have to take this course?

    Yes. All supervisors must complete the supervising appraiser course. This includes new supervisors, and those appraisers already associated with a trainee when the rule went into effect on May 16, 2012.

    Do I have to take the course before I can supervise?

    Not necessarily. For any supervising appraiser already associated with a trainee on May 16, 2012, you have until June 30, 2013 to complete the course. For any supervisors who start an association with a trainee after this date, you will have six (6) months from the beginning of the association to complete the course.

    Does this course count towards my continuing education?

    Yes. This course will count towards the supervisor's continuing education requirements for license or certificate renewal.

    What happens if I don't complete this course?

    If a supervising appraiser fails to complete the course in the required time (see second question above) the supervisor will be removed as the trainee's supervisor, and the trainee's license will be place in Inactive status.

    I have completed the course, what do I do now?

    Upon completion of the course, please forward a copy of your course completion certificate to the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency, at pla9@pla.in.gov. Please retain the original certificate for future use.

    Do I have to take the course again?

    Once a supervisor has completed the supervising appraiser course, it will satisfy this requirement for any trainees that appraiser supervises until the end of the third two (2) year renewal period after the last time the course was completed. For example, a supervising appraiser completes the course in August of 2012. This course will satisfy the requirement until June 30, 2018.

    Where can I find the course?

    Please click here to find a list of all approved providers of the Supervising Appraiser Course.

  • Appraisal Management Company Licensing Information
  • Appraisal Management Company General Information

    Definitions

    Appraisal Management Company means a person who, for compensation, acts as a third party intermediary by contracting with independent real estate appraisers to perform appraisals for other persons.

    Appraisal Management Services means any of the following functions:

    o    To recruit, qualify, verify licensing or certification, or negotiate fees and service level expectations with independent real estate appraisers on behalf of a person seeking an appraisal.

    o    To receive an order for an appraisal from a person and deliver the order for completion to an independent real estate appraiser.

    o    To track and determine the status of orders for appraisals.

    o    To conduct quality control of a completed appraisal before delivery of the appraisal to the client who ordered the appraisal.

    o    To provide a completed appraisal performed by a real estate appraiser to one (1) or more clients.

    Note: The term does not include transportation or communication of an appraisal or order for an appraisal without concern for the appraisal information in the appraisal or the order for an appraisal, including transportation or communication by the United States Postal Service, a delivery company, a courier, or an internet service provider.

    Appraisal Review means the USPAP Standard 3 process of developing and communicating an opinion about the quality of an independent real estate appraiser's work that is performed as part of an appraisal assignment made by an appraisal management company. However, the term does not include an examination of an appraisal solely for grammatical errors, typographical errors, or similar errors; or a quality control examination for completeness.

    Note: An individual who performs an appraisal review must hold a license or certificate under IC 25-34.1-3-8 or a license as a real estate broker under IC 25-34.1.

    Certificate of Registration Requirement

    An appraisal management company may not perform appraisal management services unless the appraisal management company has obtained a certificate of registration from the board under this chapter.

    Information and Registration Fee Requirements

    An appraisal management company that wishes to obtain or renew a certificate of registration under this chapter must submit the following information to the board online:

    o    The registration fee of $500

    o    The name of the person seeking registration

    o    The business address of the person seeking registration

    o    The telephone contact information of the person seeking registration

    o    The name, address, and contact information of each person that has an ownership share in an appraisal management company that equals or exceeds five percent (5%) of the total ownership share of the appraisal management company

    o    Any other information that the board reasonably requires

    Renewal of Registration

    A certificate of registration issued to an appraisal management company expires two (2) years after the date on which the certificate of registration is issued.

    Renewal Fee

    The fee for renewal of an AMC registration is $500.

    Restrictions on Appraisal Management Companies

    A person may not own an interest in an appraisal management company if the person has had the person's license or certificate to act as a real estate appraiser in Indiana or any other state revoked and the license or certificate has not been reinstated. An appraisal management company may only hire an independent contractor to perform an appraisal who holds a license or certificate under IC 25-34.1-3-8 or a license as a real estate broker under IC 25-34.1 and is in good standing. An appraisal management company may not corrupt or improperly influence a real estate appraiser in violation of IC 24-5-23.5-7.

    Service Requests; Record Requirements

    An appraisal management company performing appraisal management services shall maintain a record of each service request for an appraisal that the appraisal management company receives. The following must be included in a record maintained under this subsection:

    o    The person making the service request

    o    The date on which the service request is made

    o    The property to be appraised

    o    The real estate appraiser who performed the appraisal

    o    A copy of the appraisal produced for the service request

    o    The individuals who reviewed the appraisal

    o    The date on which the appraisal was delivered to the person who made the service request

    o    The costs and fees for the appraisal management services performed by the appraisal management company

    o    Statutes and regulations governing the real estate appraisal profession are found in various parts of the Indiana Code.

    o    The costs and fees for the appraisal performed by the real estate appraiser

    Note: An appraisal management company shall keep these records for not less than six (6) years after the date on which the service request was made.

    Appraisals; Standards Compliance

    An appraisal management company is responsible for ensuring an appraisal complies with standards established in the USPAP and by the board.

    Disciplinary Sanctions

    An appraisal management company that violates this chapter is subject to disciplinary sanctions under IC 25-1-11-12. The board may impose a civil penalty of not more than ten thousand dollars ($10,000) for each violation of this chapter. A civil penalty collected under this section must be deposited in the investigative fund established by IC 25-34.1-8-7.5.

    Penalty for Failure to Register

    A person who performs appraisal management services without a certificate of registration under this chapter commits a Class A infraction. The attorney general, the Board, or the prosecuting attorney of any county in which a violation occurs may maintain an action in the name of the state to enjoin a person from violating this section.

  • Appraiser Temporary Permit Application
    Apply Online Now!

    Go to MyLicense.IN.gov and you will either need to create or login to your Access Indiana, single sign-on account.  You will complete the online application and submit payment with a credit or debit card. You will be contacted by a customer service representative with details of what additional documentation is required to complete your application. Applications are processed in the order received.

    • Completed Application: Applications may be submitted online at MyLicense.IN.gov or completed by paper and mailed to our office. Be sure to include an email address as this is how your licensure status will be communicated.
    • Application fee of $150.00: Pay by credit or debit card for applications submitted online at MyLicense.IN.gov. If applying by paper/mail make checks or money orders payable to Indiana Professional Licensing Agency.  All application fees are nonrefundable.
    • Positive Response Documentation: If you answer "Yes" to any criminal history/discipline questions on the application or no to the diploma question, explain fully in a statement that includes all details. Include the violation, location, date, and disposition. Submit copies of court documents for each instance to support the statement. Please upload at the time of application or log back into your account and use the License Update option.
    • Name Change:  An official affidavit indicating any legal name change, a copy of a marriage certificate, or divorce decree is acceptable if your name differs from that on any of your documents. Please upload at the time of application or log back into your account and use the License Update option.
    • Appraisal Project Information:  You application must include the assignment information for which the permit is being requested.
    • Verification of Licensure: You must hold a license in another state in order to apply for a Temporary Appraiser Permit. The ASC National Registry is used to verify the licenses held in other states by the applicant.
    • Expiration: The temporary permit expires one (1) year after issuance or after completion of the assignment for which it was issued, whichever occurs first. Additionally, the applicant may receive up to four (4) temporary permits per calendar year.
  • Applying by Reciprocity

    Appraiser Applying by Reciprocity Checklist
    Web Site: https://secure.in.gov/pla/appraiser.htm

    All APPLICANTS MUST HAVE A SSN

    • Provide a Completed Application found at the following link:

    Certified General Appraiser and Certified Residential Appraiser License by Reciprocity Application

    • Submit Application Fee with Completd Application ($100.00)
    • Submit the Issuance Fee (can be submitted upon approval)
      • (issued between 7/1/2017 - 6/30/2018 = $150.00)
      • (issued between 7/1/2018 - 6/30/2019 = $190.00)
    • If you have a Positive Response ("Yes" to any of questions 1 through 4) You must provide a Statement and Court Docs (Final Disposition or Final Order)
    • Name Change Document if Name on all docs do not match
      (ex: marriage certificate, divorce decree, court documents, driver's license, etc.)
    • Hold a current license
      (Cannot be expired, has to be a current license)
    • Provide Verification of any other State Regulated License(s) that does not show on the National Registry (must include disciplinary information)
    • Complete a Criminal Backgroud Check (Fingerprinting) upon our office receiving your application.  You will recieve a computer generated email once the application has been processed - instructions found at the following link:
      https://secure.in.gov/pla/3240.htm

Renewal Instructions

  • Education Applications

    All AQB approved courses are approved by Indiana. Contact the provider for more information

  • Continuing Education Course Approval

    Please be advised that effective January 1, 2011, the Indiana Real Estate Commission will no longer accept appraiser-related continuing education as fulfillment towards mandatory course requirements for renewal of real estate licenses. Approved appraiser courses will still count toward the requirements under elective hours.

  • Approved Education Providers

    Pre-Licensing Education

    Board Approved Continuing Education

    AQB Approved Continuing Education

    All AQB approved courses are approved by Indiana. Contact the provider for more information.

  • List of Approved Pre-Licensing Providers

    As of January 1, 2008 all pre-licensing education must approved by the Appraisal Qualification Board.  A list of AQB approved courses is available here. It is acceptable to take Internet-based pre-licensing courses.

  • Renewal Information

    Renewal Information

    Renewal notices are sent approximately ninety (90) days prior to the expiration date. Licensees with a valid email address on file will be emailed the renewal information. Licensees that do not have a valid email address on file will be mailed license renewal information. This notice is mailed to the licensee's address of record with the Board.

    Continuing Education Required for Renewal

    To renew in an active status, a licensee or certificate holder must complete twenty-eight (28) classroom hours of continuing education within the two (2) year reporting period.  At least seven (7) of those hours must be completed in current 2020/2022 Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP). However, a licensee or certificate holder initially licensed within the last one hundred eighty-five (185) days of a two (2) year renewal period shall not be required to obtain any hours of continuing education.

    You may find the continuing education requirements at 876 IAC 3-5-1 of the Rules.

    Online Renewal

    You can renew your license online using mylicense.in.gov

    Renewal Documents

    To renew your Appraiser Trainee, Certified Residential Appraiser, Certified General Appraiser or Licensed Residential Appraiser license by paper you must select a document below.  Print and mail the completed document with the required renewal fee and continuing education to the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency.  The address is on the document and checks should be made out to 'Indiana Professional Licensing Agency'.  If you answer 'YES' to any of the questions be sure to include a detailed response with your renewal.

    Appraiser Trainee Renewal

    CRA/CGA/LRA Renewal

Fee Schedule

Temporary Practice Permit Fee

 

All temporary permits

$150.00

  • Real Estate Appraiser Applications/Renewals
    Real Estate Appraiser ApplicationFeePenaltyTotal
    All applications except Trainee Upgrade$100NA$100
    Trainee Upgrade to CR or CG$25NA$25
    Issuance Fee (On Successful Completion of Exam)FeePenaltyTotal
    Trainee Appraiser$110NA$110
    Certified Residential or General Appraiser - issued in first year of two-year cycle$190NA$190
    Certified Residential or General Appraiser - issued in second year of two-year cycle$150NA$150
    Issuance Fee (Reciprocal Licensure)FeePenaltyTotal
    Certified Residential or General Appraiser - issued in first year of two-year cycle$190NA$190
    Certified Residential or General Appraiser - issued in second year of two-year cycle$150NA$150
    Renewal FeesFeePenaltyTotal
    Trainee Appraiser$110NA$110
    Licensed Certified Residential or General Appraiser - active status$190NA$190
    Licensed Certified Residential or General Appraiser - inactive status$190NA$190
    Temporary Practice Permit FeeFeePenaltyTotal
    All temporary permits$150NA$150