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Dual License (appraiser & Agent) In Nys

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TC

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HQ of AI allowed that to happen?

PA is a 100% appraisal state with appraisal license required.

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Certification, not license. Sorry, just having fun. My guess is you're fairly young, most old **** PA appraisers like myself are also brokers. Back when REAL MEN were appraisers you had to be a broker to sign an appraisal report. Took a minimum of 3 years to sit for the exam. I keep mine so I can access MLS. I've only sold about 10 homes to friends. Makes life easy when you purchase your own home.
 

Meandering

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Certification, not license. Sorry, just having fun. My guess is you're fairly young, most old **** PA appraisers like myself are also brokers. Back when REAL MEN were appraisers you had to be a broker to sign an appraisal report. Took a minimum of 3 years to sit for the exam. I keep mine so I can access MLS. I've only sold about 10 homes to friends. Makes life easy when you purchase your own home.
Sorry TC,

I've never been a "Real Man", yet I'm still a CG and a salesperson, oh, and passed the Life Insurance test twice, but don't want another license with mandatory CE.

:beer:

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TC

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Certified Residential Appraiser
State
Pennsylvania
Sorry TC,

I've never been a "Real Man", yet I'm still a CG and a salesperson, oh, and passed the Life Insurance test twice, but don't want another license with mandatory CE.

:beer:

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Just for the helluva of it, I picked up the Certified Pennsylvania Evaluator cert as well. Enabled me to do Commercial Hearings for the Allegheny County Board of Assessments appeal process. Luckily, the CE piggy backs with the appraisal CE. But having all 3 does make me a Triple Crown winner. :cool:
 

Meandering

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Real Estate Agent or Broker
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Pennsylvania
Just for the helluva of it, I picked up the Certified Pennsylvania Evaluator cert as well. Enabled me to do Commercial Hearings for the Allegheny County Board of Assessments appeal process. Luckily, the CE piggy backs with the appraisal CE. But having all 3 does make me a Triple Crown winner. :cool:
Thought about that, but don't want to wind up on both sides of the same issue.

:D

I already have that dance with the sales license.

:dancefool:
 
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