Welcome to the Real Estate Appraiser Board!
The Oklahoma Real Estate Appraiser Board is an independent adjunct to the Oklahoma Insurance Department. The Board consists of seven regular members appointed by the Governor for five year terms, and one ex-officio Chairperson, the Insurance Commissioner.
Congratulations to Richard Broughton who was appointed by Gov. Kevin Stitt to the Real Estate Appraiser Board effective July 2.
Mr. Broughton will replace long-time Board member, Stephen Walton, as an appraiser board member. Mr. Broughton is a Certified General Appraiser out of Tulsa. Welcome, Richard!
A big THANK YOU to Steve Walton for 10 years of service to Oklahoma appraisers!
Committee members are needed to serve on the Real Estate Appraiser Board’s Education, Experience & Testing Committee (EET). The members of this committee are responsible for assisting the Board with work product reviews with respect to applications for upgrade or original licenses. To be considered, you must be a Certified Residential or Certified General appraiser in good standing. Pursuant to the Oklahoma Certified Real Estate Appraisers Act, EET committee members are reimbursed $300 per residential review assignment and $500 per Commercial review assignment. We are looking for residential, commercial and agricultural appraisers.
Committee members are also needed to serve on the Real Estate Appraiser Board’s Standards and Disciplinary Procedures Committee (SDP). The members of this committee are responsible for assisting the Board with disciplinary matters by attending disciplinary hearings as hearing panel officers and making subsequent rulings or disciplinary recommendations to the Board. To be considered, you must be a Certified Residential or Certified General appraiser in good standing. It is from this committee that individuals are appointed to the Board’s Probable Cause Committee.
If you are interested in serving, please send your resume to email@example.com. If you have any questions, please call 405-521-6636.