Appraiser Services - APPRAISERSdotCOM

By: Appraisersdotcom  09-12-2011
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As our Appraisal Resources section has grown, we have added sections to assist Appraisers in locating information on services that they might need. If you have any suggestions for this section of our web site, feel free to send us your

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If you would like to have Your Company listed in either of our Resources sections

and we will be glad to discuss options with you.

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FAQ - APPRAISERSdotCOM - Be Appr Fst Cnsdr

You will be working for lenders who want their appraisal done first, regardless of the number of orders from other lenders you have received in front of their order, and it must come up to the price that the lender needs, regardless of what the property is really worth. We often hear from people that want to become a Real Estate Appraiser because it looks easy and seems to be a good way to make very good money.


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FAQ - APPRAISERSdotCOM - FileAComplaint

Should you feel that you have a legitimate complaint on the performance of any appraiser, that complaint should be filed with the state appraisal board for the state in which the appraisal was performed. The Company/Appraiser named in the complaint will be notified and allowed an opportunity to respond.A copy of the complaint will be placed in the file of the reported Appraisal Company.


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Consumer Services - APPRAISERSdotCOM

As our Consumer Resources section has grown, we have added sections to assist Appraisers in locating information on services that they might need.


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FAQ - APPRAISERSdotCOM - Be Appr State Req

Basically, you will take four different classes R1, R2 and R3 and G1, have to pass a state test, have to serve an apprenticeship under a certified appraiser for about two years, then have to pass another state test. The things that might vary from state to state are hours of class work, length of apprenticeship, number of appraisals that need to be completed for each certification level, and fees for the tests and license.