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The Appraisal Institute is helping lead an Appraiser Diversity Initiative with Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and the National Urban League. 

 
The initiative is intended to attract new entrants to the residential appraisal field, overcome barriers to entry (such as education, training and experience requirements) and to foster diversity.
 
Working through the National Urban League's regional Entrepreneurship Centers, The Appraiser Diversity Initiative is designed to reach diverse, talented candidates and educate them about the appraisal profession; provide resources for interested candidates to help them get on a path to success; and offer guidance from appraisers employed by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. 
 
pdf  Appraiser Career Fact Sheet
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Attend a workshop today!
 
The Appraiser Diversity Initiative will be hosting "How to Become a Real Estate Appraiser" workshops throughout the US. These workshops will inform attendees about opportunities to work flexible hours in the field or office, with multiple career paths available. Learn how to become an appraiser, ask questions during discussion time with a panel of successful local appraisers, and hear about scholarship opportunities.
 
  
 

IN PERSON

Location: Oakland, CA (rescheduled)          Sponsored by: Clear Capital

Details coming soon!

 

VIRTUAL

Details coming soon!

     


 


  Thanks to Our Sponsors

 

For more information about sponsoring the ADI program, please contact Brian Rodgers, Manager of Federal Affairs at: brodgers@appraisalinstitute.org 

 

Additional Resources

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  Reasons to Pursue a Valuation Career
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  Benefits of being an Appraiser

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  Career Opportunities in Residential Property Appraising

 

 

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Questions? Send us an email or give us a call at: bgarber@appraisalinstitute.org  or  202-298-5586

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