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T.J.

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Ohio
This forum appears to be dead! Is there anyone doing appraisals in the mountain state?
 

debbie cale

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Hello? The answer is yes, things are mostly good here. Do you work in our fair state? It would be great to see some WV posts, I just don't want to talk to myself.
 

T.J.

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Hello? The answer is yes, things are mostly good here. Do you work in our fair state? It would be great to see some WV posts, I just don't want to talk to myself.
Good to see! The last 2.5 years I've helped my super out in the Wood County area some. Gone with her as a tag along, etc. I just passed my Cert test yesterday for Ohio and am working on getting Reciprocated in WV. I'm wondering how that's going to go though since I had all my apps and stuff in prior to '08, but just took the test. I don't know if they have any "grace period" for situations like that. I'm glad to see someone does roam the WV section and pretty local too!
 

Joker

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If you are good enough for Ohio, you should be good enough for west.by.god.virginia
 

T.J.

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If you are good enough for Ohio, you should be good enough for west.by.god.virginia
That's what I'm sayin! :icon_mrgreen:

I was looking at their requirements and WV required you to have 135 house of classroom work for Cert and Ohio only had 120. If they aren't the same requirements how can they claim to be "reciprocal"? Honestly!
 

RSW

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Hey, I no longer live in WV but was raised there. Can I chat in your forum?
 

T.J.

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RSW

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Well, all over kind of. I was raised in Williamson, Man, Parkerburg. Went to WVU as a mucic major. Moved to Logan and became an appraiser. Then moved to Knoxville, TN. Been here for more than 14 years now. Love it.
 

T.J.

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Well, all over kind of. I was raised in Williamson, Man, Parkerburg. Went to WVU as a mucic major. Moved to Logan and became an appraiser. Then moved to Knoxville, TN. Been here for more than 14 years now. Love it.
Nice! I know Parkersburg like the back of my hand. I grew up in Ripley but spent a lot of trouble making teen years going from Huntington, Charleston, Clarksburg, and Parkersburg. I met a great gal and moved to Ohio. She was well worth it. Anyway I'd be interested in talking to you about Tennessee. My wife and I are planning on visiting Nashville soon (our first time) and if you have any pointers for lame tourists that would be great.
 

John A Williams

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Illinois
I was raised in WVa went to Brooke High in the northern panhanle then to WVU. Moved to ILL after college, I try to go back every year or two. I miss the Cheat Lake area.
 
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