Example resume for professional Realtor and Residential – Commercial Real Estate Appraiser. The document works as a good resource for anyone that sells or appraises homes.
This resume uses a modern style that puts licenses and qualifications on a left side column, which provides a quick snapshot of the job seeker’s qualifications. The reader immediately realizes this is an appraiser that has the required licensing.
The top right section begins with a summary of qualifications using four bullet points that are highly detailed which include many achievements that demonstrate success. This professional highlights their expertise in reviewing appraiser guidelines. They also focus on their ability to build a startup company and serve as member of the state Appraiser Committee.
Below the summary the writer simply lists the work history. Job duties and responsibilities are same at each position so it is unnecessary to write a description below each specific job position. Professional Affiliations are then listed at the bottom.
Real Estate Appraiser Resume Statements
- Review properties to assess value for banks, mortgage companies and insurers.
- Strong knowledge of appraiser’s guidelines, property tax rules and government regulations.
- Inspect homes for basic condition, quality of external construction (brick or vinyl siding) and internal components such trim and cabinetry.
- Collaborate with real estate agents to estimate home values before new homes go on the market.
- Utilize a variety of techniques to attain appraisal values such as square foot replacement cost and similar home comparisons.
- Analyze land property, neighborhoods and surrounding homes to determine trends in pricing and value.
- Draw homes layouts, diagrams and property shapes to mark rooms, bathrooms, kitchens, fences, pools, landscapes and other key areas of a property.
- Manage appointments with banks, realtors and homeowners.
Real Estate Appraiser Resume Example By A Vita Group, LLC
Common Real Estate Appraiser Job Duties
- Conducting property inspections to assess the condition of the property, identify any defects or damages, and determine the overall quality of the property.
- Gathering data and information about the property, such as its location, size, age, features, and amenities.
- Analyzing market trends and property sales data to determine the property’s value.
- Preparing written reports that document the appraisal process, methodology used, and the final appraisal value.
- Communicating with clients, including lenders, buyers, sellers, and real estate agents, to discuss appraisal findings and answer any questions.
- Adhering to professional standards and ethical guidelines established by industry organizations and regulatory bodies.
- Staying current with industry developments, trends, and regulations by attending training sessions, seminars, and workshops.
- Maintaining accurate records of all appraisals conducted, including data sources, calculations, and final appraisal values.
- Conducting research to identify comparable properties that can be used to determine the value of the property being appraised.
- Reviewing legal descriptions, survey maps, and other relevant documents to ensure accuracy and completeness of appraisal reports.
- Collaborating with other professionals, such as engineers, architects, and land surveyors, to obtain additional information and insights about the property.
- Testifying in court as an expert witness when required.