State Certified Real Estate Appraisers are technically qualified to appraise any type property for any purpose, so long as their level of certification fits the subject property. General Certified Appraisers are qualified to appraise any property regardless of type, while Residential Certified Appraisers are restricted to appraising one to four unit residential properties. Other than the issue of the type of property, there is no restriction on the purpose of the appraisal, excepting that the purpose must be stated within the appraisal. This being said, the title claim appraisal in many cases requires a different breed of appraiser having skills that go far beyond that of the average certified appraiser.
Simply put, not all appraisers are qualified to appraise properties ... Read More