Appraiser Board License Application for the Massachusetts E-licensing and E-Permitting Portal
- An applicant must utilize the Massachusetts E-licensing & E-Permitting Portal to remit the following applications to the Board. A CORI authorization form and a professional photo are required for all applications, except for continuing education applications. Specific additional requirements are noted below.
- Trainee - Supervisor Trainee Report Form is required.
- Certified and Licensed Appraiser Form Sample Work Experience Log Experience Affidavit
- Reciprocal Appraiser (only current Certified and Licensed Appraisers) - Proof of good standing required.
- Temporary Practice Permit - Engagement letter required
- Continuing Education Course
- Primary Education Course
- We recommend that you open an on-line account using the Massachusetts E-Licensing and E-Permitting Portal. This will allow you to apply for licenses, make on-line payments, renew your license and update your contact information through your on-line account.
- Please note the personal or business address that you choose as your mailing address is public record and will be released to anyone upon request. All applicants must provide a mailing address.
- If you have been convicted of a crime you must list all offenses inclusive of OUI, DUI, and Operating after/with suspended license or registration. Dispositions of “continued without finding” (“CWOF”) or “admission to sufficiency of facts” must also be reported. Do not include minor traffic offense(s). Likewise, if you have been disciplined in the past by another licensing authority, you are required to report the final disposition to this Board with you application.
- The fees are not refundable. Please note that your application will not be processed without payment of the correct fees.
- For technical assistance in using the Massachusetts E-licensing & Permitting Portal, please call the ePLACE Help Desk Team at (844) 733-7522 or (844) 73-ePLAC between the hours of 7:30 AM-5:00 PM Monday-Friday, with the exception of all Commonwealth and Federal observed holidays. If you prefer, you can also e-mail us at ePLACE_helpdesk@state.ma.us.
Licensing Benefits for Active Duty Military, Relocated Military Spouses, and Veterans
The Division of Professional Licensure (DPL) is pleased to offer licensing benefits to active duty members of the military, relocated military spouses, and veterans pursuant to the Veterans’ Access, Livelihood, Opportunity and Resources Act(VALOR Act) and the new VALOR Act II, signed into law on April 3, 2014.
Under the original VALOR Act, DPL and its 28 professional licensing boards offer the following benefits to qualified individuals:
- Each of DPL’s 28 boards of registration accepts relevant education, training, and service completed by an applicant for licensure as a member of the armed forces or the military reserves, toward the qualifications required for licensure.
- The license of a member of the military who is on active duty will remain valid until he or she is released from active duty, and for 90 days thereafter.
- DPL expedites the licensure process for military spouses who are licensed in other states and have left employment there to accompany a spouse relocated to the Commonwealth due to a military transfer.
Under VALOR Act II, DPL will also waive the Commonwealth’s portion of the initial licensure fee for individuals who qualify for benefits through one of the categories listed above. Applicants are advised that they may still be required to pay fees charged by private vendors who assist DPL in processing license applications or administering exams.
To apply for any of these benefits, interested parties must self-identify as an active duty member of the military, military spouse, or veteran, by downloading and completing the appropriate affidavit form listed below, and returning it to DPL along with other requested documents:
For more information, please consult the applicable statutory definitions webpage, or contact Cheryl Yebba at 617-727-4992.