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djd09

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May 20, 2009
Professional Status
Licensed Appraiser
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Ohio
collect absurdly high license fees!
Just another money grab.

Seriously they have a class to give you the requirements for "continuing education requirements and criteria". Can't that just be posted on their website. No wonder everyone is leaving.
 

Howard Klahr

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Certified General Appraiser
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Florida
The new Jersey board does nothing to notify appraisers of important changes, just as it does nothing about BPO's or AMC's in our state. I n fact the board has more vacancies than active members. About the only thing that the board does well is collect absurdly high license fees!
Walter, if the board is so dysfunctional why don't you submit an application to serve and "fix" all of the issues?
 

BarbaraNJ

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Jan 15, 2002
Professional Status
Certified Residential Appraiser
State
New Jersey
Howard, the notice wasn't at all clear, it was in the last paragraph of a boring article about license renewal.
The new Jersey board does nothing to notify appraisers of important changes, just as it does nothing about BPO's or AMC's in our state. I n fact the board has more vacancies than active members. About the only thing that the board does well is collect absurdly high license fees!
Have you taken the course yet ? I took it on line with Cenage; it cost $19.00
 

BarbaraNJ

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Professional Status
Certified Residential Appraiser
State
New Jersey
Have you taken the course yet ? I took it on line with Cenage; it cost $19.00
 

Carlos Danger

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Jul 25, 2015
Professional Status
Certified General Appraiser
State
New Jersey
As of last month NJ has a law requiring the licensing and bonding of AMC's. I recently got a call from an AMC and asked them if they were licensed in NJ. They said no, so I told them I would check to see if I could accept the assignment. I called the board and they said they had no guidance yet. That was two +/- weeks ago.
 

Mike Kennedy

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Sep 28, 2003
Professional Status
Certified Residential Appraiser
State
New York
Bonding Required for NJ Appraisal Management Companies
https://www.suretybonds.org/.../new-jersey-appraisal-management-company-registrati...
Jun 19, 2017 - As a part of the new New Jersey appraisal management company registration, AMCs in the state need to provide a surety bond. Learn the ... Category: License Bonds Articles. Published: ...New Jersey joins a list of more than 20 other states that have already introduced a bonding requirementfor AMCs.
[PDF]state of new jersey - NJ Legislature
ftp://www.njleg.state.nj.us/20162017/A2000/1973_U1.PDF
Jun 20, 2016 - estate appraisal management companies that employ, contract,. 13 retain or otherwise utilize the services of licensed and certified real. 14 estate appraisers to provide appraisal services in New Jersey. This. 15 act is intended to provide the State Real Estate Appraiser Board. 16 with authority to implement ...


** poster note - evidently the LINKS in the announcements above were removed by those posters on the source websites - NOT operable.
 
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