Texas Administrative Code
Title 22 - EXAMINING BOARDS
Part 8 - TEXAS APPRAISER LICENSING AND CERTIFICATION BOARD
Chapter 153 - RULES RELATING TO PROVISIONS OF THE TEXAS APPRAISER LICENSING AND CERTIFICATION ACT
Section 153.22 - Voluntary Appraiser Experience Reviews

Universal Citation: 22 TX Admin Code ยง 153.22

Current through Reg. 49, No. 12; March 22, 2024

(a) Before applying for a license, a person may submit up to two requests for the Board to review the appraiser trainee's work product.

(b) A person may submit an application to the Board for review of his or her work product after:

(1) accumulating between thirty to fifty percent of the hours of appraisal experience required by the AQB for category of appraiser license the person will be applying for;

(2) accumulating between sixty to eighty percent of the hours of appraisal experience required by the AQB for category of appraiser license the person will be applying for; or

(3) both.

(c) Work product submitted for review must fall within one of the approved categories of experience credit described in § 153.15 of this title and meet the definition of real estate appraisal experience in § 153.1 of this title.

(d) The application for review of work product is not complete until the completed report and workfile, all required documentation and the required fee are received by the Board.

(e) If a person provides inadequate documentation, the Board will notify the person in writing, and identify any deficiencies Unless the work product review applicant cures the deficiencies within twenty days of notification, the Board will terminate the application for work product review.

(f) The Board will provide a written report identifying deficiencies in the work product after the review is complete.

(g) A review conducted under this provision:

(1) is for educational purposes only;

(2) does not constitute Board approval of the experience;

(3) does not preclude the Board from denying a license application submitted by the work product review applicant in the future; and

(4) will not result in a complaint against the work product review applicant unless the review reveals:
(A) knowing or intentional misrepresentation, fraud or criminal conduct; or

(B) serious deficiencies that constitute grossly negligent acts or omissions.

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