Researches, inspects and appraises real property to include residential, industrial and commercial;
conducts field inspections; takes measurements of buildings and collects data relative to number of
rooms, type of construction, age, and other conditions affecting values; makes calculations and
applies to appraisals.
Collects data relative to land valuations; reviews plats, surveys and maps to determine land
attributes and applies in appraising specific parcels of land; and reviews financial data related to the
appraisal of real property.
Interviews persons familiar with property; inspects property; searches public records for sales, leases,
assessments, and other transactions to evaluate property and to determine proper value.
Reviews building permits for new construction, additions and alterations; reviews and evaluates
drawings and plans to determine quality of construction.
Writes appraisal reports; develops and writes detailed reports and spreadsheets, summaries,
correspondence, and position papers and makes presentations as required; participates in the hearing
of appeals and requests for changes in valuations; may make reappraisals in connection with
Keeps abreast of local property trends and of modern appraisal methods and techniques.