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QUALIFICATIONS FOR SPECIAL MAGISTRATES
(TANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTY AND REAL ESTATE APPRAISERS)
Opportunities now exist for tangible personal property and real estate appraisers who are licensed in the State of
Florida to serve as Appraiser Special Magistrates before the Miami-Dade County Value Adjustment Board for the
2021 property tax year. Candidates must meet the following criteria:
1. A Special Magistrate (hereinafter "SM") cannot be an elected or appointed official or employee of Miami-Dade
County, a taxing jurisdiction or the State of Florida.
2. During a tax year in which a SM serves, he or she must not represent any party before the board in any
administrative review of property taxes.
3. A SM appointed to hear petitions regarding the valuation of real estate (including income producing
properties) shall be a state certified real estate appraiser and must meet at least one of the following
requirements: (a) must have at least five years of real property valuation experience and have received
the Florida Department of Revenue's (hereinafter "Department") training, or (b) have at least three years
of real valuation experience and have completed the Department's training, including the exam. A real
property valuation SM must be certified under Chapter 475, Part II, F.S. See Rule 12D-9.010(4)(d)2., F.A.C.
4. A SM appointed to hear petitions regarding the valuation of tangible personal property shall be a designated
(either real or personal property designation) member of a nationally recognized appraiser's organization of
one of the following professional organizations: (a) Appraisal Institute (MAI Sr. only; SRPA & SREA designations),
(b) American Society of Appraisers (Fellows & Sr. members only), (c) National Society of Real Estate Appraisers
or (d) International Society of Appraisers; and must meet at least one of the following requirements: (a) must
have at least five years of experience in tangible personal property valuation and have received the Florida
Department of Revenue's (hereinafter "Department") training, or (b) have at least three years of experience
in tangible personal property valuation and have completed the Department's training, including the exam.
5. All applicants must be computer literate and sufficiently competent to enter their findings directly into the VAB
computer system (i.e. after a brief training session).
6. SMs will be paid a flat fee of $880.00 per 8 hour, daily hearing session.
7. All qualified applicants may be personally interviewed by the Board and/or its designee(s). Qualified
individuals wishing to apply may obtain an application form and file same on or before 4:00 p.m. on July 30,
2021, to:

VALUE ADJUSTMENT BOARD
Stephen P. Clark Center
111 N .W. 1st Street, Ste. 1720
Miami, FL 33128-1981
Attn: Roberto Alfaro, Manager
Phone: (305) 375-5641
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