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Relocating to Florida

NP_MAI

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Maybe they want to cover the whole State of Florida. :rof:
Clearwater....I think everyone knows that a traditional residential appraiser will not cover the entire state.
 

Zoe

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Clearwater....I think everyone knows that a traditional residential appraiser will not cover the entire state.
If ocean front is all you did on high end, maybe. Possibly. I doubt it. They need to figure out where they want to go and call a local appraiser or real estate agent.
 

Zoe

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You'll enjoy the southern hospitality. It has charm.:)
 

Zoe

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Food rocks in Florida. Fresh off the sea or Gulf. You pick. Scenery is nice on beach. Whatever floats your boat. I have no clue on local knowledge like taxes and how they might vary from jurisdiction or schools or other factors. No appraiser or RE agent is going to be able to help you until you tell them where you are going.
 
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Zoe

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They have really good fresh water lakes to fish in too. If you like seafood or fresh water fish, it's a paradise. If you don't like fishing, you can just go to the docks inland or outland. They will sell it to you. Carry cash. You find a local fisherman/woman and get hooked up, you can eat good.
 
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Russ Kitzberger

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Does anyone have any suggestions for the Florida state Supplemental exam prep course?
 
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Russ Kitzberger

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Is that for Florida Law?
I assume so, since FL is AQB for normal licensing. It is required as a test for reciprocity. I can't find info on what is on the exam on the FL website and they link to Pearson vue, which describes the exam as:
FL Supplemental Appraisers Laws & Regulations $15.75 1½ hours
 

Russ Kitzberger

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