Real Estate Appraisal
Real estate appraisers assess the quality and value of housing or commercial structures. Their assessment is extremely important because that judgment is used to estimate the purchase price and investment value of a property. Real estate professionals must have a tight watch on the market, both regionally and nationally to make accurate appraisals. Real estate appraisers also get to play the role of detective as they search through public records that will tell them about any sales, leases or transactions associated with the property or structure. To work as a real estate appraiser you must be certified according to your state’s licensing requirements. The Bureau of Labor has estimated that the average salary of a real estate appraiser is $43,390 and the top 10 percent of the industry makes around $80,000 a year! Real estate appraisal courses will teach you everything you need to know about real estate transactions, contracts, brokerage systems, property management issues, legal considerations in appraisal, valuation approaches, terminology, depreciation and how to write appraisal reports. Enroll today!