- Jan 15, 2002
- Professional Status
- Certified Residential Appraiser
Show some gratitude to the old guy for letting you have a job. We all have felt your pain so do your time and enjoy the journey.
Seems to me the trainee can go out and get his own private appraisal assignments and sign them (or not sign them) himself.licensing is not required in iowa. i work with an iowa bank that has an unlicensed in-house appraiser.
the in-house appraiser does everything in iowa under the de minimus.
an iowa CG does their over the de minimus appraisals and i do most of their illinois residential.
i have seen their in-house residential appraisals. they are non-uad 2005 FNMA 1004 with subject front rear street and 3 assessor comp photos, no other attachments, and signed without license information filled in
with that said. since the original poster is an associate appraiser (licensed trainee) iowa does require to follow licensing law and a supervisor must sign all reports
Have a question about that. I recently came across someone who has has a long-term CA trainee license and is signing his own reports (private assignments). Is this a violation?licensing is voluntary, but if licensed then you must follow licensing law.
being that he is licensed as a trainee, he must have a supervisor