Reinstating an Appraiser License/Certification
You may reinstate your expired license within two years of the license expiration date. To reinstate your license, you must provide proof that you have completed the required continuing education since the time your license was last active. Please contact us at 303-894-2166 for more information.
Licensees who fail to reinstate within the two-year reinstatement period will be required to reapply for an appraiser license/credential.
Reactivating an Appraiser License/Certification
If your license is in inactive status, you may reactivate it at any time. When reactivating your license, you must provide proof of having completed the required continuing education since your license was last active. Please contact us at 303-894-2166 for more information.
Reciprocity with Other States
Colorado may accept a person licensed or certified in another state at the equivalent Colorado license level if the other state’s requirements are consistent with the minimum requirements set by the Appraiser Qualifications Board.
- Anyone applying for reciprocity must complete the fingerprint-based criminal history background check;
- and must provide proof of Errors and Omissions insurance.
Temporary Practice Permits
A temporary practice permit is issued to an appraiser that is licensed or certified in another jurisdiction to appraise property in Colorado under certain conditions without obtaining Colorado licensure.
No person may be issued more than four (4) Temporary Practice Permits in any rolling twelve-month period
Temporary Practice Permits are only available for specific federally related transactions.
It is your responsibility to know when your license is up for renewal and for completing the renewal process on time.
Renewal period: November 15th to December 31st of each year prior to the expiration date on your license.
Grace period for Renewal: January 1st to 31st of each year
Reinstatement period: Within two (2) years from the date of license expiration