The requirements for a Delaware Temporary Practice Permit are:
- The property to be appraised is located in Delaware.
- The appraiser is currently licensed or certified in another jurisdiction (state, U.S territory or District of Columbia).
- The appraiser’s business in Delaware is of a temporary nature and is limited to a particular assignment.
- The appraisal must comply with the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice.
If the permit is granted, you may provide appraisal services only for the assignment identified on the permit. The term assignment means engagement by a single client to appraise one or more properties in a single appraisal contract.
Temporary practice permits expire six months from the date of issue. You may request an extension of this time by sending a written request to the Council office.
Requirements for All Applicants
- Submit completed, signed and notarized
Application for Temporary Practice Permit.
- Enclose non-refundable processing fee by check or money order made payable to “State of Delaware.”
- The Council office will verify licensure through the national registry before issuing a temporary practice permit. If disciplinary information is found, you will be asked for more documentation.
- If you have never been issued a U.S. Social Security Number (SSN), submit a Request for Exemption from Social Security Number Requirement.