Alaska's Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development's Board of Certified Real Estate Appraisers is responsible for registration and regulation of the state's real estate appraiser management companies.
Alaska Senate Bill 155, signed into law in 2018, creates a registration process for appraisal management companies and requires that companies obtain a surety bond of at least $50,000. A surety bond protects the state and the public by guaranteeing that appraisal management companies will comply with state and federal laws.
Real estate appraisal management companies must register with the Board. Registration is valid for two years and may be renewed with proof of compliance to the requirements. Registration requirements include:
The premium you pay for an Alaska Real Estate Appraisal Management Company surety bond is dependent on your credit. Our rates start at 1% of the bond amount with good credit. Contact our Surety Bond Specialists for a free quote that fits your specific situation.
A real estate appraisal management company's Controlling Person must be actively certified in the state at all times that person is designated as the controlling person.
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