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Real Estate Assessor Job Description

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The job of a Real Estate Assessor is to assess the value of a property based on its physical condition, location, and other factors. A real estate assessor can help buyers and sellers make informed decisions about their properties by determining how much they should pay for them and whether they are worth buying.

A Real Estate Assessor will perform an inspection of the property’s physical structure, including walls, floors, ceilings and roofs. They will also inspect the landscaping around the house and any other features such as driveways or patios that may impact the value of the property.

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  • Assessing the value of a property by using a number of tools including market research, local statistics, and photographs of similar homes in the area.
  • Determining how much to ask for on a sale or purchase agreement based on the assessed value.
  • Negotiating with sellers over the price they want to be paid for their property.
  • Review tax records, any liens or outstanding mortgages on the property, and any other documents that may be relevant to the assessment.
  • Examine structural components such as stairs, closets and walls to determine whether they meet current codes.
  • Measure the exterior size of the house to make sure it meets legal requirements.
  • Conducts in-person and online assessments of properties for a variety of purposes, including tax assessment, insurance claims, and mortgage finance.
  • Evaluates the condition of a property to determine its value based on various factors such as location, size, style and condition.
  • Answers questions from other assessors regarding any discrepancies in the assessment process.
  • Works directly with clients to ensure that they are satisfied with their final product and experience.


  • Bachelor’s degree in business, finance, or related field.
  • 4 years of experience in real estate appraisal.
  • Must have passed the Uniform Certified Valuation Standards exam (URBS) or be eligible to take it.
  • May require an active real estate license.  
  • Excellent organizational skills and ability to multitask.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to communicate clearly with tenants, brokers, vendors, and other staff members.
  • Strong communication skills (verbal, written).

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