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Multiple state listing?

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MBD

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If an appraiser covers more than one state, do we need to have additional registrations on appraiserusa, or are we able to edit our existing listing to show multiple states and the counties in those states?
 

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If an appraiser covers more than one state, do we need to have additional registrations on appraiserusa, or are we able to edit our existing listing to show multiple states and the counties in those states?
Hi,

You do not need a new registration. Just sign under your existing user name and password. Then add a new listing for your additional state in the form that is below the "find my listings" button. Just make sure that your additional license can be verified at http://www.ASC.gov

To summarize, each state requires a seperate listing, however they can all be under one user name and password so you can log in once and manage all your listings from one page.
 
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