I am a licensed appraiser in another state and want to operate in Tennessee. Do you have reciprocity agreements with other states?

Olivia Flood -

If, in the determination of the Commission, a state or territory of the United States is deemed to have established meaningful requirements for the licensure and certification of real estate appraisers and is in compliance with the Appraisal Subcommittee, then the Commission shall grant reciprocal rights to real estate appraiser licensees and certificate holders who are in “good standing” in that state.

For purposes of implementing the reciprocity policy, states with an Appraisal Subcommittee finding of “Poor” do not satisfy the “in compliance” provision for reciprocity.

Participants must submit an application online at core.tn.gov and a $405 initial license fee along with proof that the applicant met the following requirements:

1. Initial Appraiser Application (CORE)

2. Attachments


3. Fee, $405


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