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The Future Looks Bright for Appraisers

Did you know that numerous leading business publications have identified the career of Real Estate Appraisal as one of the top ten professions for the coming years?

Yes, thanks to the housing crisis of 2007-2010, the ranks of licensed real estate appraisers dwindled to such a degree that in many major cities today there is already a shortage of qualified Appraisal professionals.

As a result, employment and jobs forecasting groups see a huge demand for years to come for licensed real estate Appraisers. But don't take our word for it. Read the articles and reports yourself by clicking on the links below.



CareerPlanner.com forecasts higher than average growth for the real estate appraisal profession.

Salary.com shows the average income for a real estate appraiser is over $84,000/year; the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows the average annual income for a real estate Appraiser in 2010 was $53,500; with some Appraisers making over $200,000/year.

US Banker magazine reported in early 2011, that the "ranks of Appraisal profession have shrunk" to a place where "when the rebound comes, there won't be enough licensed Appraisers to do the job."

CNN/Money says that the future is bright for real estate Appraisers, and that "pulling six-figure income is normal for licensed Appraisal professionals."

Indeed.com shows tens of thousands of Appraiser jobs open right now!


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