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How do I File a Complaint about an appraiser

Should you feel that you have a legitimate complaint on the performance of any appraiser, that complaint should be filed with the state appraisal board for the state in which the appraisal was performed. We have a list of those boards located at State Appraisal Boards. The information contained on those pages is the latest contact information we have. You may be able to locate more up to date information on the Appraisal Subcommittee's web page.

If the appraiser is listed with us, a copy of any complaint filed with us is forwarded to that appraiser. A copy of the complaint is place in that appraiser's file. We appreciate you taking the time to make us aware of the problem that you have had. However, please remember that we are an advertising medium, not a regulatory board, and as such have no legal authority over any appraiser listed with us or the work they do (see Terms of Use). We do track complaints against companies listed with us, and should a company or appraiser be disciplined by his/her state board or receive continued complaints, we would then have cause to remove that appraiser from APPRAISERSdotCOM.

Should you decide to file a complaint with APPRAISERSdotCOM.
You Must Complete and Return the Complaint Form.
Complaints filed by any other method will not be accepted.
Complaints Cannot Be Filed by E-mail or through the Feedback form.

The Company/Appraiser named in the complaint will be notified and allowed an opportunity to respond.
A copy of the complaint will be placed in the file of the reported Appraisal Company.

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