The Appraisal Institute continues to represent the valuation profession in media coverage across the country, reaching an audience of nearly 2 billion in the last six months of 2018. The Appraisal Institute and its Designated Members were included in nearly 2,000 news stories in almost 550 news outlets between July and December 2018, garnering a publicity value of more than $1.1 million. [Read more…] about Appraisal Institute Media Coverage Seen by Nearly 2 Billion
The Appraisal Institute continues its thought leadership related to “green” valuation, and for appraisers looking to expand their business, abundant opportunities exist in this area. That’s the topic of the On Point column in Valuation magazine’s third quarter 2018 issue.
In its latest video, the Appraisal Institute, the nation’s largest professional association of real estate appraisers, highlights what the organization has to offer to valuation professionals. [Read more…] about AI Offers Paths to Success for Valuation Professionals
Darwin Ernst, SRA, AI-RRS, discusses the benefits of working from home as a valuation professional. He also appreciates that every assignment is a unique puzzle with a beginning and an end.
An appraisal designation can potentially help an appraiser’s career become more lucrative. [Read more…] about How an SRA Designation Can Enhance Appraisal Careers
In the Appraisal Institute’s latest video, two Designated Members describe the most interesting challenges they’ve faced as an appraiser.
By Rachel Massey, SRA, AI-RRS
I am not “just” a residential appraiser!
There’s no doubt that obtaining a certified general appraisal license opens doors to varied and interesting work. If it’s in one’s capacity to obtain this level, it’s a great idea.
But the idea of being “just” a residential appraiser must stop. Competent, highly qualified residential appraisers who study the market, know how to analyze and solve problems – and who can communicate effectively and succinctly – are very valuable to their clients.