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Considering a Career in Real Estate Appraising?

Real estate is a major – and pivotal – facet of our economy. Whenever real estate is sold, mortgaged, taxed, insured or developed, an appraisal is an essential component of any transaction. Without a knowledgeable and trustworthy appraisal, a real estate transaction will fall apart at the seams. Real estate appraisers are problem solvers. Just like putting together a puzzle, they arrange hundreds of facts, statistics, market data and property characteristics to show their clients – and other related parties such as banks and mortgage companies – what the picture looks like. In essence, the real estate appraiser places a dollar value to every piece in the puzzle and can sum up what it’s all worth when the picture is complete.

Real estate appraisal is a unique career choice that can fit into anyone’s lifestyle, pace, and expectations. One can let his or her location and market dictate the types of real estate property to appraise, such as a single-family homes, commercial properties, shopping malls, and farms, or one can explore the country and accept specialized appraisal assignments in different states, or even countries.

With thousands of properties exchanging hands each year, the opportunities for growth and diversity are endless. Everyone from Wall Street financiers to the neighbor next door needs to know the value of their property, ensuring that the appraisal industry is always open for business.

Follow the below links for detailed information on how to enter the real estate appraisal profession.

Georgia Education Requirements BROCHURE

AI Scholarship Information

Become an Appraiser

Georgia Real Estate Appraiser Certification Requirements

The Real Property Appraiser Qualification Criteria (TAF 2022)