Proper assessment of real estate is often helpful in finding out the real market value of the property. Therefore, you need to find a good real estate agent/appraiser.

An appraiser is a real estate agent/consultant who is an expert in finding out the accurate market value of a property. There are a number of assessors in the market and choosing a good one is not an easy job. You can get appraiser education through www.neak.no/utdanning/studier/taksering/ (which is also known as ‘fa takstmann utdanning gjennom www.neak.no/utdanning/studier/taksering/ in the Norwegian language).

Here are some points you need to consider when choosing assessors.

Licensing and accreditation

Before hiring a real estate appraiser, be sure to check out a license, and find out if the appraiser has a license to carry out an assessment of the country where your property. This helps in hiring valuators, which is authorized to carry out the process of assessing the potential in certain circumstances.

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Education and training

While hiring appraisers, educational background and training of assessors have experienced assessors to meet the needs of the country should be considered. Many good appraisers carry a professional designation issued by the Appraisal Institute, which is a testament to the assessor's commitment to high ethical standards.

Service area Assessor

Make sure that you choose a specialized appraiser in your area, as assessors from other areas may not be known as a local appraiser. Some appraisers serve two or three areas, while others specialize in a single field. Local assessors have more direct knowledge compared to non-locals.

Experience in real estate transactions

The appraisal profession is not an easy job. It takes years of work experience to get the right exposure and to become a competent appraiser. So, make sure that the appraiser has considerable experience in real estate transactions.