Appraiser Designations

Find out more about appraiser designations.Appraiser Designations

In order to complete an appraisal for a federally related mortgage transaction, an appraiser must be licensed in the state that he or she works.  There are three levels of licensing:

  1. Licensed
  2. Certified
  3. General Certified

In addition, appraisers may further their knowledge within the profession through various organizations and by seeking specific designations.

At AppraisalPro, we believe that the best appraisers are constantly learning more about their profession and to that end, AppraisalPro actively seeks certified and general appraisers who are working toward one or more appraiser designation for membership on our panel.

To learn more, click on any of the designations below:

American Society of Appraisers Certification

Conferred by the American Society of Appraisers

 
Certified Commercial Real Estate Appraiser

Conferred by the NAREA

 
Independent Fee Appraiser Designation

Conferred by the NAIFA

 
Independent Fee Appraiser – Agricultural Designation

Conferred by the NAIFA

 
Independent Fee Appraiser – Counselor Designation

Conferred by the NAIFA

 
Independent Fee Appraiser – Senior Member

Conferred by the NAIFA

 
Member, Appraisal Institute

Conferred by the Appraisal Institute

 
Residential Accredited Appraiser

Conferred by the NAR

 
Senior Residential Appraiser

Conferred by the Appraisal Institute

 
Senior Real Property Appraiser

Conferred by the Appraisal Institute

 
Appraisal Institute – General Review Specialist

Conferred by the Appraisal Institute

 
Appraisal Institute – Residential Review Specialist

Conferred by the Appraisal Institute

 
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