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Brandy Davis

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Texas
I currently have one sponsor a General Appraiser, but I have been contacted by a Residential Appraiser. He is willing to sign off on residentials. My sponsor mainly has me doing large rural land appraisals and concentrating on Conservation Easements. I would like to get the credit for the residentials too. Does the Residential Appraiser have to be my sponsor to sign off on the hours. How could I work with him and get credit?:new_newbie:
 

leelansford

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Mar 29, 2002
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Certified Residential Appraiser
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Illinois
I currently have one sponsor a General Appraiser, but I have been contacted by a Residential Appraiser. He is willing to sign off on residentials. My sponsor mainly has me doing large rural land appraisals and concentrating on Conservation Easements. I would like to get the credit for the residentials too. Does the Residential Appraiser have to be my sponsor to sign off on the hours. How could I work with him and get credit?:new_newbie:

Does Texas license law preclude you--as a Trainee--from having more than one Supervisor Appraiser?

Answer that question and you have your answer. I can tell you what the answer would be if you were in Illinois, but that doesn't help you in Texas.

Finally...what do you mean by the willingness of the "Residential Appraiser" to "sign off" on your appraisal reports?
 

George Hatch

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Jan 15, 2002
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Certified General Appraiser
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California
The answer to this type of question varies from state to state, depending on their licensing regulations. Your best bet is to pose the question directly to your state board. Accept no substitutes.
 

TEL2002

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Jan 16, 2002
Professional Status
Retired Appraiser
State
Louisiana
Making the EA you have a good realtionship with your current mentor, I would not start working part time with another unless the current mentor approves. If he/she does not approve, then you have a whole new line of thought to consider.
 

Brandy Davis

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Texas
lansford, I guess willing was a poor word choice on my part. What I meant was he would like to work with me. He could use the help.

TEL2002, my current mentor is completly o.k with it. He would like for me to gain the experience. The residential is going to leave our area in the near future. So it would be good for both of us because of the fact that my sponsor hasn't done any residential appraisals in nearly 20 years.

I've been all over the TALCB, and I can't find my answer. I thought before I called I may be able to pick some of your brains. I know all to well how experience beats calling and talking to an ill informed secretary.
 
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