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I am a licensed Registered Trainee in Florida with approximately 10 years of experience in both residential and commercial appraising. I will be moving up to your great state at the end of January. My initial questions are: Assuming all the qualifications are met, would I first apply as a State Registered Appraiser and then apply for a State License? Are most of your clients willing to work with just a State-Licensed Appraiser or would I need to pursue certification? Do you know of any appraisers in/around the Decatur area that would be willing to hire an experienced appraiser that needs to gain competency and knowledge of the market? I have plenty of other questions but I wanted to keep this as brief as possible. Thanks in advance for any help or suggestions. Regards, James
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Forget the residential stuff and go for CG. You don't have to be as geographically competent to do commercial work and you will likely be easier to find someone to hold your hand until you get CG.
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Skip the license phase. Go to certified residential. You must have plenty of hours. No, my clients will not work with licensed appraisers
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