An appraisal company without appraisers....pretty smart, if you don't
have a license with OREA then they probably can't take away your
license. Maybe they do a modified AVM, like a modified 2055Z.
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(c) An appraiser who wishes to supervise a trainee must attend an education program offered by the Appraisal Board regarding the role of a supervisor either before such supervision begins, or within 90 days after such supervision begins. If the supervisor does not take the class within 90 days after the supervision begins, the trainee may no longer work under the supervision of that supervisor until the class is taken, and the supervisor must take the course before he can begin supervising a trainee.
(d) Trainees must assure that the supervisor has properly completed and sent the Supervisor Declaration Form to the Appraisal Board on or before the day the trainee begins assisting the supervising appraiser. Trainees shall not receive appraisal experience credit for appraisals performed in violation of this Section.
(e) Supervising appraisers shall not be employed by a trainee or by a company, firm or partnership in which the trainee has a controlling interest.
History Note: Authority G.S. 93E-1-3(b); 93E-1-10;
Eff. July 1, 1994;Amended Eff. January 1, 2008; March 1, 2007; March 1, 2006; July 1, 2005; August 1, 2002; April 1, 1999.
Yeah, right. How about a certified currently under a three year suspension, but has a certified with three trainees under that certified working in his office. No doubt he sits in that office all day writing up reports that his 'crew' inspected. The question is, how do you prove he's doing it? There's no law that says an unlicensed or uncertified appraiser can't 'own' an appraisal office.