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  1. juliekt

    Licensed Appraisers Supporting Themselves In Texas?

    Im in the process of becoming licensed. The plan was to go straight from being a trainee to being certified, but this summer I can either renew my trainee license or become a licensed appraiser. I thought I might as well get my license :shrug:. From there I’ll become certified. I have two years...
  2. juliekt

    Trainee Experience Log Help

    I've been working under my sponsor for a few months. I'm trying to get my logs organized and I have a few questions. I called TALCB, and they only thing they told me was, "Your sponsor should know these questions" then quickly got off the phone. This is my sponsor's first time having a trainee...
  3. T

    Rural Appraisal In Ne Texas, Need Advice

    First....Hello to everyone reading this, I apologize for the long post, but after reading your forums and realizing how confusing this issue can be I wanted to give as much info as possible. Here's the situation , we are trying to purchase a rural property, we have two options for financing...
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