About AppraisersBlogs

About AppraisersBlogsAppraisersBlogs started off with the intention of bringing news from appraisers’ coalitions, appraisal organizations, appraisers’ blogs, appraisers’ newsletters, appraisal software, etc. in one place. AppraisersBlogs also features the voice of real estate appraisers sharing their perspectives about the appraisal industry and discussing key issues affecting all sectors of the real estate appraisal profession. Appraisers who do not have a blog and don’t want the hassle of maintaining one, are welcome to use AppraisersBlogs as a venue to voice their opinions or make an announcement. If you are interested in becoming one of our guest bloggers and would like to write about appraisal ideas and tips, industry news and events, market updates, general commentary or any topic related to the appraisal profession, or you just need to make an announcement, please contact us.

If you are listed in the Appraisers Directory, a short bio will be included at the end of your guest post with a link back to your e-AppraisersDirectory listing and/or your website. Guest bloggers who submit 2 posts will be upgraded to Gold membership for a full year (a $40 value) and guest bloggers with one post will be upgraded to Silver membership for a full year (a $20 value). Thereafter, for every subsequent three articles, guest bloggers will receive one Top Position Placement for a full year (a $100 value) for each county serviced.

Registration to e-AppraisersDirectory is free and every licensed or certified appraiser is welcome to register.

AppraisersBlogs is maintained by real estate appraisers. We are not affiliated with any appraisal management companies (AMCs), lenders, insurance companies, or the like.

AppraisersBlogs does not make a habit of censoring language or even passionate disagreements. We ask posters to be civil but ultimately it is the collective conscience of the blog readers and commenters that set the tone. This is a public forum. We try very hard to follow the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution though we have and will debar purely disruptive entities after explaining WHY. Post at your own risk of rebuttal.

Thank you,

AppraisersBlogs Team

Promoting the Growth in Appraisal Independence

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