AGREA Membership

Article I- Membership (Excerpt from the Bylaws) 

Application for membership shall be open to any person who is actively engaged in or concerned with real estate appraising or appraisal education. Membership shall be granted after completion and approval of membership application and receipt of annual dues.
There shall be two (2) membership categories: Appraiser members shall include all real estate appraisers who are either certified or licenses by Georgia Real Estate Commission and Appraisers Board or who are trainees registered with the Georgia Real Estate Commission & Appraisers Board. Associate members shall include all others who are eligible for membership.
Annual dues for appraiser members shall be $135.00. This is to cover special events, web hosting, and an array of other administrative costs required to operate the association.
Continued membership shall be contingent upon payment of annual dues. A member can have their membership terminated for good cause. 

Article 2- Designation (Excerpt from the Bylaws) 

Members may apply for designation by filling out an application form. The following designations shall be issued to active qualifying members upon application and approval:
To be awarded the Associate of Georgia Real Estate Appraisers- General (AGREA-G) designation, the applicant must have met the requirements of the Georgia Real Estate Commission and Appraisers Board for General Appraiser, must hold a General Appraiser certification from the Georgia Real Estate Commission & Appraisers Board, and must meet the general requirements listed below. 
To be awarded the Associate of Georgia Real Estate Appraisers- Residential (AGREA-R) designation, the applicant must have me the requirements of the Georgia Real Estate Commission & Appraisers Board for Residential Appraiser, must hold a Residential Appraiser certification from the Georgia Real Estate Commission & Appraisers Board, and must meet the general requirements listed below.
To be awarded the Associate of Georgia Real Estate Appraisers – Licensed (AGREA-L) designation, the applicant must have met the requirements of the Georgia Real Estate Commission & Appraisers Board, must hold an Appraiser License from the Georgia Real Estate Commission & Appraisers Board, and must meet the general requirements below. 
Candidates for a designation must have two years’ experience as a General, Residential, or Licensed appraiser with the Georgia Real Estate Commission & Appraisers Board and must be recommended by a designation or charter member of the association. 
Notice of Application shall be posted in the association’s quarterly newsletter, in meeting notes, or through e-mail to each member so that members may advise AGREA if they have an opinion as to whether the awarding of a designation should be approved or not. 
Application for designation shall be reviewed and approved by AGREA, at which time requested designation will be awarded to the candidate.
In order to maintain a designation, a designated member must attend at least four association meetings per year. Any request for waiver of this requirement due to extenuating circumstances must be submitted in writing to AGREA for approval. 
Any delegation that is awarded to a member shall at all times remain the property of the Association of Georgia Real Estate Appraisers (AGREA) and shall be returned to the association upon written request by the president or executive director of the Association of Georgia Real Estate Appraisers (AGREA) if an individual fails to meet the required attendance requirements above, if their designation is revoked for cause, or if their membership in the Association of Georgia Real Estate Appraisers (AGREA) lapses or is terminated.

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We are very happy that you have expressed an interest in becoming a member the Association of Georgia Real Estate Appraisers (AGREA), and we extend our warmest welcome to you.

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