News in Brief
NEW Report to Legislative Assembly click here
Recent Permanent Changes to Appraiser and AMC Administrative Rules click here
Notice and Authorization
Effective immediately, the Appraiser Certification and Licensure Board will implement a new process for depositing payments received in our office. This means that all checks received for payment will be converted to either a demand draft or an electronic item for bank clearing. If your check is converted in this way, the payment will be debited against your bank account, possibly the same day it is received.Checks may no longer be returned with monthly bank statements, but your statements will reflect the check numbers, the dates cleared and show Appraiser Certification and Licensure Board as the payee.Receipt of this notice constitutes your authorization to the foregoing process and may also authorize us to collect a service fee of $25.00 through an electronic fund transfer if your payment is returned unpaid.Should you wish that your items not be converted as described above, you may opt out of the process by providing us with written notice requesting this. Should you have questions regarding this matter, please contact us.
SIBA (Semi-Independent Boards and Agencies): A Model of Efficiency for Small State Agencies click here
The Appraiser Certification and Licensure Board (ACLB) certifies and regulates real estate appraisers and appraiser assistants in Oregon. Its functions are independent of other realty-related regulatory agencies.
The ACLB protects the public by ensuring that all real estate-appraisal activities conducted in Oregon are in compliance with state and federal laws and standards. The ACLB is committed to ensuring the availability of state-certified appraisers; establishing and developing appraisal education and experience requirements; and ensuring that appraisals are performed in writing and in accordance with the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice by individuals whose competency has been demonstrated and whose professional conduct is subject to effective supervision;.