The Florida Real Estate Appraisal Board (FREAB) is an agency that administers and enforces the federal and state laws concerning real estate appraisal in the state of Florida. It can pass rules and take measures to ensure its full compliance by the licensed real estate appraisers. Florida Real Estate Appraiser Board offers licenses, as well, to the people willing to become a real estate appraiser. The applicants are required to complete prescribed hours of qualifying education including those made necessary by the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) before applying for a Florida appraisal license.
The Florida Real Estate Appraisal Board is headquartered in Orlando, FL, and has seven members. It is also a division of the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation. The Flordia Real Estate Appraisal Board sets licensing critiera for appraisers and enforces regulations. The Board can also take disciplanary actions against a licensed appraiser in the State of Florida.
The Florida Real Estate Appraiser Board offers licenses for Registered Trainee Appraiser, Certified Residential Appraiser, Certified General Appraiser and Appraiser Instructor. Candidates must fulfill the necessary educational requirements before applying. Requirements are different in each case, and they include courses from the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice.
Like Florida real estate brokers and real estate agents , property appraisers are essential for real estate growth. They appraise any real property and play a major role in every real estate transaction across Florida.
Whether you are an appraiser, doctor, lawyer, CPA, realtor, architect, engineer, stockbroker, nurse, auctioneer, contractor, or pharmacist, a professional license is a prerequisite for doing business in the State of Florida. We assist in the application process and help you understand and comply with all applicable government regulations associated with your license. We also defend you against attacks on your professional license and represent you before the appropriate administrative board. For more information regarding professional licensing law contact Soreide Law Group at: www.floridaprofessionallicense.com or call (888) 760-6552.