*Note: In addition to the 28 hours all appraiser trainees and their supervising appraisers must complete a Board approved Appraiser Trainee/Supervisory Appraiser course before renewing their license. Appraiser trainees and sponsoring appraisers will need to retake and complete an Appraiser Trainee/Supervisory Appraiser course at least once every four years.
Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak,
TREC and TALCB, based on approval by Governor Greg Abbott, are waiving
all renewal and application deadlines until July 31, 2020.
What does this mean for you?
All license applicants and license holders within their renewal period are automatically granted an extension to complete their initial application or renewal requirements until July 31, 2020. TREC and TALCB will continue to monitor and assess the need for further exceptions and extensions on an ongoing basis. Impacted license holders are encouraged to do their very best to submit all required documentation and complete coursework to the extent possible within or as close to your original deadlines as possible. This effort on your part will assist the TREC and TALCB in the timely review and processing of applications and renewals.
Renewals – all license types
Anyone with a license expiration date of March 31, 2020, April 30, 2020, May 31, 2020, June 30, 2020 is granted an extension through July 31, 2020. If you are concerned about obtaining CE needed to renew your license, many education providers offer CE courses through distance education methods. If you were previously enrolled in in-person classroom courses that have since been canceled, please contact your education provider to determine what options are available. The quickest and most efficient way to renew your license is by using the agency’s online services portal.