Your record can be placed in a terminated status under the following circumstances:
- Your only state license or certification expired
- A state issued a sanction and you cannot be reinstated until the sanction is lifted
- A record was found in one of the sanctions lists and you must have the record cleared by the sanctioning party or
- HUD imposed a disiplinary action as a result of a review.
If you were once on the roster but your record is no longer found on the appraiser roster, you have a terminated status. To be reinstated, you must meet the minimum eligibility requirements.
Licensed appraisers who are not certified and allowed their license to expire are treated as new applicants and therefore are not eligible for placement on the roster. For placement on the roster, email a PDF copy of your state issued certification to email@example.com and type "Request for Reinstatement " in the subject line. The request may take up to three weeks to process.
Effective October 1, 2009, only state-certified general or state-certified residential appraisers may be reinstated.
If you were terminated because your state issued certification expired and you meet the eligibility requirements, email a PDF copy of your state issued certification to firstname.lastname@example.org and type "Request for Reinstatement" in the subject line. The request may take up to three weeks to process.
If you were terminated because you were sanctioned in one state, you may not perform FHA appraisals in any other state until the sanction is lifted.
FHA Appraiser Roster Web Page