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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I Transfer Ownership of a listing?

The owner of an account is the person whose license is listed on the application, unless otherwise provided for by agreement.

To Transfer Ownership of an Account to another individual, the individual that is to become the new owner must be a licensed appraiser in any and all states where a listing for the account to be transferred appears.

There are three forms provided on our site for the transferring of ownership.

  1. Fully Licensed Appraisers may assume ownership of an account by having the Original Owner complete the Transfer of Ownership form.
  2. Trainees may assume ownership of an account by submitting both the Permission to List form (See I'm a Trainee.  Can I List on APPRAISERSdotCOM? for details) and the Transfer of Ownership form.
    Note : A trainee cannot list under their own license.
  3. A Non Licensed owner of a company may assume ownership of an account by submitting both the Acceptance of Responsibility form. (See I Own the Company, but I am not an Appraiser.  Can I List? for details) and the Transfer of Ownership form.
If a partnership is in effect and multiple licenses are listed, the controlling ownership factor is determined by the contracts between the principals of the company.

Have any questions? Give us a call at 252 332-6220, and we will be glad to help you or to answer any questions that you might have.


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