Real Estate Appraisers Reciprocal Certificate Application


An applicant may qualify for certification by reciprocity if:
  1. An appraiser is coming from a State that is in compliance with the ASC;
  2. An appraiser holds a valid credential from that State;
  3. The credentialing requirements of that State (as they currently exist) meet or exceed those of Maryland; and
  4. An appraiser completes a reciprocal certification application, provides a letter of good standing and the appropriate filing fees.

Type of Certificate I am applying for (choose one):

Certified Residential Real Estate Appraiser (105/120/200 hours of approved classroom education and 2000/2500 hours of work experience with at least 2 full years of experience)
Certified General Real Estate Appraiser (165/180/300 hours of approved classroom education and 2000/3000 hours of work experience, with at least 2 1/2 years of experience)
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Do you hold an unexpired certificate to practice real estate appraising from another state?    
If "Yes", State:      Certificate:
Expiration date: / /


Full Name:



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County:


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Place of Birth:

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Have you ever:
1. Been convicted of a felony or misdemeanor in any State or Federal Court?
2. Had this type of license, certificate, registration, or permit denied, suspended, or revoked by Maryland or any other jurisdiction?
 I have Workers Compensation Coverage   Policy/Binder No.

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 I am not an employer required to provide employee coverage under the Workers Compensation Law.



Certification

By pressing "Submit" below:

    I hereby certify, under penalty of perjury, that the information contained herein is true and correct to the best of my knowledge, information, and belief. I further authorize the release of any information contained within this application to an authorized representative of the Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation for further investigation. I further certify that I have paid all undisputed taxes and unemployment insurance contributions payable to the Comptroller or the Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation or have provided for payment in a manner satisfactory to the unit responsible for collection.

    In accordance with Executive Order 01.901.1983-18, the Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation is required to advise you as follows regarding the collecting of personal information: Personal information requested by the licensing agency of the Department is necessary in determining your eligibility for licensure. Such personal information is also intended for user as an additional means of verifying the licensee’s identity or to enable the agency to communicate, in a timely manner, with the licensee should the need arise. The licensee has a right to inspect his/her personal record and to amend or correct the personal data if necessary. Personal information is generally available for inspection by the public only in accordance with the Public Information Act. Personal information is not routinely shared with state, federal or local government agencies.
    I further affirm that, if my address listed on this application, or at any time in the future, is not within the State of Maryland, I do hereby irrevocably consent that service of process on the Secretary of State shall bind me in any action about the provision of real estate appraisal services brought against me in the city of Baltimore or any county in the State of Maryland.



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