N.H. Code Admin. R. Rab 302.01 - Experience Required

Current through Register Vol. 42, No. 14, April 7, 2022

(a) Candidates shall meet the experience requirements established by the AQB, in the "The Real Property Appraiser Qualification Criteria and Interpretations of the Criteria", adopted January 1, 2008 as revised on May 1, 2018. This shall include the appendix containing the appraiser qualifications criteria adopted in December 2011, which appraisers shall comply with on and after January 1, 2015. This document shall be available as noted in Appendix A.
(b) Each person who seeks to become a licensed or certified real estate appraiser shall accrue at least the minimum number of hours of experience within the minimum time period as specified in (c)-(e) below. No person who has accrued less than the minimum number of hours of experience or who has accrued experience in less than the minimum time period shall apply for licensure or certification. However, there shall be no maximum time period during which a candidate may accrue experience.
(c) Each person who seeks to become a licensed residential real estate appraiser shall accrue at least 1,000 hours which shall be accrued in no fewer than 6 months. However, experience hours in excess of the 1,000 may be accrued, but shall not be applied toward licensure until the person has reached the end of the minimum 6-month period.
(d) Each person who seeks to become a certified residential real estate appraiser shall accrue at least 1,500 hours of appraisal experience in no fewer than 12 months. Experience hours in excess of the 1,500 may be accrued, but shall not be applied toward licensure until the person has reached the end of the minimum 12-month period.
(e) Each person who seeks to become a certified general real estate appraiser shall accrue at least 3,000 hours of appraisal experience, of which at least 1,500 hours shall have been in non-residential appraisal work, obtained in no fewer than 18 months. Experience hours in excess of the 3,000 total hours and 1,500 hours of nonresidential appraisal work may be accrued, but shall not be applied toward licensure until the person has reached the end of the minimum 18-month period.

Notes

N.H. Code Admin. R. Rab 302.01

(See Revision Note at chapter heading for Rab 100) #5435, eff 7-15-92; ss by #6787, INTERIM, eff 7-15-98, EXPIRED: 11-12-98

New. #6958, eff 3-23-99, EXPIRED: 3-23-07

New. #8854, INTERIM, eff 3-24-07, EXPIRED: 9-20-07

New. #9018, eff 11-1-07; ss by #10270, eff 2-2-13

Amended by Volume XLI Number 27, Filed July 8, 2021, Proposed by # 13216, Effective 6/23/2021, Expires 6/23/2031

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