Commercial appraisal is as much an art as it is a science. The commercial appraiser analyzes commercial properties, fully taking into account the highest and best use of the subject and utilizing the most appropriate methodology to derive a value for the subject.
Commercial Appraisal, Commercial Appraiser, Commercial Real Estate Appraisal, Income Property Appraisal
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Commercial Appraiser | Analyst-

We are always seeking Analysts with a strong commercial appraisal background and excellent writing skills. If you believe your skills fit these parameters, please feel free to send us an email with a copy of your appraisal qualifications attached as a PDF.

No Calls Please!

We will email you in response to your message to let you know that we have received your message. If we think there is a fit we will call you.

A Note to Recently Licensed Trainees:

In recent years trade-schools throughout the United States have been selling commercial real estate appraisal courses as a way to break into the industry. Commercial appraisal requires an understanding of real estate investment criterion well above that which trade-schools teach. To those who have made such time and financial investments, we apologize, but we cannot assist you with your career goals.


If you received your commercial appraisal education under these circumstances and are frustrated with your inability to break into the commercial real estate appraisal industry, we strongly encourage you to express your frustration to the Federal Trade Commission, the school that encouraged you to become a commercial appraiser and its appropriate accreditation board.