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Renewing a License

Licenses expire on July 31 of the renewal year. New licenses issued after the first week in April will expire on July 31 of the following year.

Renewal notification will be sent to each current licensee, at the business address on record, 30 to 45 days before the license expires. It is the responsibility of the licensee to notify the department of any name or address changes. Once renewals have been mailed active licensees may renew online at www.michigan.gov/elicense.  Renewals are for two years. Fees are as follows:

Limited Real Estate Appraiser $ 250.00 
State Licensed Appraiser 350.00
Certified Residential Appraiser 350.00
Certified General Appraiser 350.00

Renewals should be completed before July 1 to allow the department to timely report renewals to the National Registry for all state licensed, certified residential and certified general appraisers.

License renewals not received by July 31 can be renewed with submission of the regular renewal fee, plus a $20.00 late fee until September 29.  Beginning September 30 of the renewal year the licensee must apply for relicensure.

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