State Registered Real Property Appraiser Requirements
The following list represents the requirements to obtain a State Registered Real Property Appraiser Classification
- A copy of the applicant's criminal history or Georgia Crime Information Center (GCIC) Report must accompany the application. If the report indicates any crime convictions or sanctions by any licensing or regulatory agency, then the Board will conduct an investigation and decide whether or not to issue the license.
- Must be at least 18 years of age
- Must be a high school graduate or the holder of a certificate of equivalency
- Must have successfully completed a 90 hour core course or courses of study approved by the Board.
- Must pay a $125.00 registration fee for the classification
You will be required to renew the registration by the last day of your birth month in the calendar year following the calendar year in which you first became registered. For example, if you pay the $125.00 registration fee in November and your birthday is in February, you will pay a renewal fee in February.
Any individual who receives a registered appraiser classification from the Board may apply to place his or her classification on active or inactive status. In either case, the applicant must pay the appropriate classification fee. Any appraiser who places a classification on inactive status must also pay renewal fees as they come due.
The Board requires each active appraiser to complete a total of 14 classroom hours in approved course work during each renewal period to meet the Continuing Education requirements.