The original exam report from PSI showing the applicant has passed the appraiser examination. This certificate expires 12 months after issuance. Contact PSI directly at 800-733-9267 to register for the state licensing exam. View exam content outlines.
Letter of Clearance: A letter of clearance, less than 60 days old, is required if the applicant was previously licensed as a resident producer in another state.
Non-Resident Appraiser The following are requirements to become a non-resident appraiser:
Appraiser licenses are renewed in October of odd-numbered years. The license fee is $80 and is not pro-rated, non-refundable, or non-transferable.
If unable to verify license status in the appraiser’s home state, certification from the applicant's resident Department of Insurance is required. The certification must be legible and less than 90 days old. The certificate must show the applicant is licensed in his or her home state as an appraiser and that an appraiser examination has been passed. If the applicant's home state does not require an appraiser examination, then a certificate can be used from another state where the applicant is licensed and has taken and passed an appraiser examination.
If the above cannot be provided, then the applicant will be required to pass South Carolina's appraiser
examination. Registration for South Carolina's appraiser examination is done through PSI Services LLC. Contact PSI directly at 800-733-9267. View exam content outlines.