The Real Estate Appraisers Directory includes over 30,000 residential and commercial real estate appraisers from throughout the United States.
To find a local appraiser simply enter the zip code of the property to be appraised in the search input field to the left.
We recommend hiring local appraisers as they have knowledge of the area, therefore they typically provide faster and more accurate appraisals.
When you find an appraiser make sure they are licensed or certified for the type of property to be appraised. Listed below is an overview of the types of properties that each license type can appraise. We advise you to contact the appraiser and verify they have knowledge of the area and experience appraising the type of property you need appraised prior to hiring them.
State Certified Residential
Residential properties including, single family homes, condominiums, townhomes, villas, 2-4 family properties, residential new construction and residential zoned vacant sites.
State Certified General
Commercial and Residential properties including, commercial and industrial properties, apartment buildings, commercial and industrial zoned vacant sites, farm land, golf courses, commercial, industrial and residential new construction, single family homes, condominiums, townhomes, villas, 2-4 family properties and residential zoned vacant sites, etc.
Purpose of Appraisals
The purpose of hiring a real estate appraiser includes, financing, litigation, investment decisions, eminent domain, divorce, estate, tax appeal, insurance and buying and selling decisions.