Real Estate Appraiser in North Dakota

Real Estate Appraiser Information for the State of North Dakota

Real estate appraisers are required to be licensed, per Title XI of the Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery, and Enforcement Act (FIRREA) of 1989.  This act required that each of the states establish an agency for the licensure, certification, and regulation of appraisers.

In North Dakota, the North Dakota Real Estate Appraiser Qualifications and Ethics Board is in charge of this oversight.

There are four classifications of real estate appraiser in the State of North Dakota.  These classifications are:

  1. Apprentice Appraiser (Trainee)
  2. Licensed Appraiser
  3. Certified Residential Appraiser
  4. Certified General Appraiser

Those new to a career in real estate appraisals must begin as a Apprentice Appraiser (Trainee).  There is no experience required.  However, it is necessary to complete the state required coursework to become a Apprentice Appraiser.  The trainee must then work under a supervisor for a specified number of hours in order to be eligible to become a licensed or certified appraiser.

Please see the links below for additional resources:

Visit our page that provides an overview of appraisal classifications and requirements.

Visit the website for the North Dakota Real Estate Appraiser Qualifications and Ethics Board to view North Dakota specific requirements.

Online Courses for North Dakota Appraisers

Appraiser Sidekick is partnering with Career WebSchool to offer online appraisal courses.

Click on the link for the type of real estate appraisal course that you are interested:

North Dakota Qualifying Education (for the new appraiser)
North Dakota Continuing Education (for appraisers who need to satisfy CE requirements)

Real Estate Appraiser Jobs in North Dakota

Appraiser

Gate City Bank - Bismarck, ND (6 days ago)
Thorough knowledge of USPAP and secondary market requirements regarding real estate appraisals. Responsible for accurate and timely processing of requests for... Apply Now

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Executive Alliance - Fargo, ND (23 days ago)
Experience in loan documentation, including the perfection of liens and mortgages on real estate, crops, inventory, machinery, and real property throughout... Apply Now

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Supreme Lending - , ND (30+ days ago)
Stays abreast of trends and developments in the local real estate market and competitive environment, as well as, changes in rules and regulations pertaining to... Apply Now
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