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Where to sign?

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Freshman Member
Feb 14, 2002
A quick question. When I'm actually doing appraisals under the supervision of a mentor, where and how exactly does the report need to be signed to be in compliance, and to get me my 2000 hours?


Dave Smith

Senior Member
Jan 14, 2002
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Certified Residential Appraiser
Seems to me if you are the appraiser you sign it as the appraiser and the supervisor signs it as the supervisor.


Junior Member
Jan 15, 2002
You need also to check with your State. Some lenders/uw's will not allow a trainee to sign the report. However, if the trainee contributed significant effort to the appraisal, a statement to that affect can be mentioned in the report and you still receive credit for the hours. At least, that's how Alabama handles it.
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