Mel Black and Larry Outlaw – Appraisal and Real Estate Blog

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Mel Black is an attorney, writer, speaker, educator, appraiser and broker. Both his law office, Mel Black Law, and company, BrightPath Education, are located in downtown Raleigh.


Larry Outlaw is an attorney, author, and licensed real estate broker. His law practice focuses on representation of real estate brokers, firms, and other professionals before various state licensing agencies.

Mel Black and Larry Outlaw – Appraisal and Real Estate Blog - Information for Appraisers and Real Estate Professionals in the Carolinas

Update on NC Appraisers as of July 1, 2013

July 16, 2013

We thought you might like to know the new numbers of Appraisers in NC as of July 1, 2013. There were 351 Trainees, 100 Licensed Residential, 1940 Certified Residential, and 1128 Certified General Appraisers in NC who renewed on time. There was a total of 3519 Appraisers in NC as of July 1, 2013.

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  • Bill Starnes says:

    How does this years total numbers compare to the past 3 years?
    Thanks, Bill.

    July 16, 2013 at 3:54 pm
  • Mike Herrmann says:

    How do these numbers compare with numbers from the previous year? I’m one of the 351 Trainees and am curious about trends in the profession.

    July 16, 2013 at 4:29 pm
  • Susan Wolfson says:

    It is surprising to me that there are so many “licensed” residential appraisers still left registered in NC. Since the lenders we work with all require certification level registration, I wonder, what kind of work these “licensed” appraisers are completing?

    At present, I understand that they may be completing non-lender ore non-federal lending transaction work. IMHO, I believe it is a disservice to the public at large to continue to grandfather these individuals who for what ever reason, can not or will not become certified appraisers.

    The non-lender and non-federal lender work we complete are some of the most complex of our assignments. Therefore, if these “licensed” appraisers are not considered competently educated to complete federal lender work, then why would the NC Appraisal Board continue to grandfather them?

    July 19, 2013 at 4:39 pm

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