New Hampshire Real Estate Appraiser Board

ENFORCEMENT ACTIONS


If you believe that an appraiser has acted unethically or in violation of the rules and statues of the State of New Hampshire, you are encouraged to file a formal complaint with the Board.

You must prepare and sign the complaint form that can be found on our
 FORMS PAGE Anonymous submissions will not be accepted.

On the form you will be asked to explain and support the specific grounds for the alleged misconduct. Please be as specific as possible. For example, a frequent complaint from homeowners is that the appraised value was too low. This alone is insufficient grounds for an investigation. Please tell us why you think it is too low, such as by pointing out errors the appraiser made, or by alerting us to comparable sales that you know about, but that the appraiser missed.

If possible, please provide a complete copy of the appraisal.

2014 Enforcement Actions

 
Joseph Rheault Case No. 13.09 Settlement Agreement
Elizabeth A. Leger Case No. 13.07 Settlement Agreement
John Prieto Case No. 13.04 Settlement Agreement


2013 Enforcement Actions

 
Davin Hoyt Case No. 12.17 Settlement Agreement
Douglas P. Whitney Case No. 12.24 Settlement Agreement
 

2012 Enforcement Actions

 
James Cassell Case No. 10.30
Susan Gingras Case No. 10:31
Patrick Ganley
Case No. 10.36
Peter Callioras
Case No. 11.15
Michael Cocco
Case No. 11.20/11.23
Constance Russell
Case No. 11.21