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I want to be a real estate appraiser and have completed my 2 year degree in business administration but am currently trying to receive my 2 year in Real Estate. I want to be a real estate appraiser bu...
2 answers - Asked By: Liberty-Stoner-Dude - 10/15/2010
What kind of math would I need to be a real estate appraiser? The job as says needs strong math skills
9 answers - Asked By: Karasu - 5/5/2006
What are some important Real Estate jobs, and what exactly do they do?
3 answers - Asked By: - 1/29/2012
What kind of math would I need to be a real estate appraiser? The job as says needs strong math skills
3 answers - Asked By: Karasu - 5/5/2006
I'm living in Salt Lake City and I'm considering taking an online course to get certified as a real estate appraiser. So, I'm wondering... is there a demand for appraisers? And, what does one need...
4 answers - Asked By: Jonah A - 7/10/2007
After 25 years as a class B operator, I would like to train to become a real estate appraiser. I know the training will take app. 6 months, but how long can I expect to wait before I begin to make mon...
3 answers - Asked By: JacketMicke - 5/31/2006
I am currently a residental real estate appraiser assisant in New York. I've been working with a family appraisal company for the past 2 years and my boss is very lenient and will "sign-off" on any jo...
4 answers - Asked By: imsodumb - 12/20/2007
I am 20 years old. I work from 8:30am to 5:30pm Monday through Friday. I am looking for a side job I can do outside of my day job. I am considering residential real estate appraisal. Is this realistic...
3 answers - Asked By: - 1/21/2014
I have owned my own real estate appraisal company for 5 years and I am looking to get a higher paying/more secure job in banking and finance. Where should I look and what can I do. The ups and downs o...
3 answers - Asked By: - 10/30/2009
What kind of math would I need to be a real estate appraiser? The job as says needs strong math skills
3 answers - Asked By: Karasu - 5/5/2006
I am a real estate appraiser. I had to take courses in a different state for my certification for work. I went twice, the first time I went it cost me $5,000 (between flights/hotel/tuition/food/car)...
2 answers - Asked By: Jason G - 10/6/2007
I am a real estate appraiser. I make good money but would like very much to get out of it. My problem is I have no college degree so many jobs are not open to me. How can I replace this income? Any id...
5 answers - Asked By: Rob - 6/21/2006
I am now a R. E Appraiser trainee, and 5 years in real estate sales, next year I'll be getting my bachelors degree, and I would like to work for a bank as an in house appraiser. Thank you!
2 answers - Asked By: Marconi - 11/7/2008
I am a Real Estate Appraiser, and I curious about your side of the scene. On a quest to perfect my service, I can really use your input.
2 answers - Asked By: Appraiser - 2/3/2008
After reviewing all sources on the Internet I found that the average salary of real estate appraisers is $ 45,000. Is not possible career and this wage is constant?
1 answers - Asked By: - 7/22/2013
Hey Im 20 years old and I am going to school for generals right now, but I was thinking of just getting a two year degree in something. I was thinking a real estate appraiser. I found a two year progr...
2 answers - Asked By: Luke56 - 10/4/2010
I've been considering becoming a residential real estate agent once my daughter turns one. I love real estate so I think I may enjoy this work. I thought the hours would mostly be evenings and w...
3 answers - Asked By: Ro - 4/24/2011
I am a real-estate agent, but don't feel like doing it any more. I am thinking of going to real estate appraisal school, but how do I get a job? The whole Chicago area has 4 job postings for real-esta...
3 answers - Asked By: sheba - 7/6/2006
I am very interested in becoming a real estate agent and/or appraiser. What is the best way to go about doing this? I am already a licensed insurance agent, and am looking to try something new. I d...
3 answers - Asked By: CJE - 1/29/2008
I am a real estate appraiser and it might make the difference between a good job and a better one but is the present cost of the degree going to be offset by future earnings, or would I be doing it ju...
6 answers - Asked By: jdb524 - 10/23/2007
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