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2dutchies

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I am an appraiser in MA, and am trying to get a license in Texas. Can I get reciprocity in NH and then from my NH license get it in TX? does anyone know how this works?
 

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Moved to general appraisal discussion. Ask an appraiser is a moderated area for the general public to ask appraisal related questions.
 

2dutchies

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Thanks for the info. I wasn't sure if they allowed you to do that.
 

Mike Kennedy

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Welcome. Each state has their own reciprocity guidelines and requirements (and some have NO reciprocity with certain states). Good Luck.
 

Richard Carlsen

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I've got it!:

Get licensed in New Hampshire, New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland. Virginia, north Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana and then you can do drive-by 2055's on the way down to inspect the subject in Texas.

(And they said us old guys weren't smart....ha!) :blush:
 

Luzette Eaves

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I spoke with someone in TX about a year ago, you have to submit your experience and education, and they will evaluate it and give you a certification if it is deemed equal. No test was required. This may have changed, so give them a call.
 
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