South Carolina's newest bond requirement – Real Estate Appraisal Management Bond
South Carolina has a pending bill that would require real estate appraisal management companies to be registered and to post a $25,000 surety bond. This cannot exceed the $25,000 amount and the bond would have to be from a corporate surety licensed to do business in that state. This bill would create the Real Estate Appraiser’s Board and this board will determine the bond amount through their rules. Having this bon instated would secure the payment of any penalties and any damages caused as a result of the company’s violation of the applicable law or rules.
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