At AmeriMac, we are proud of the our extensive national appraiser panel. With a focus on communication, coverage, and cost, we expect our appraisers to adhere to the same values and standards we live and work by each day.
Read the answers below to our most frequently asked appraiser questions
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To become an AmeriMac appraiser, complete our registration form.
AmeriMac welcomes appraisers that demonstrate an extensive understanding of appraisal compliance regulations as well as their individual geographic market. Appraisers working with AmeriMac have been proven to generate compliant and accurate reports within a fast turn time. Appraisal professionals that are part of AmeriMac’s panel are expected to maintain transparency throughout the appraisal process and update their appraisals on our online portal regularly.
Read more about our appraiser criteria at Become an AmeriMac Appraiser.
For each appraisal order, we hand-select the appraisers based on his or her knowledge of the geographic location, history of providing accurate, compliant appraisals on time and experience.
Learn more about our Appraisal Ordering Process.
AmeriMac appraisers receive requests through our online portal based on the appraiser’s member profile. This profile includes information like coverage areas and performance standing according to AmeriMac’s rating structure. Appraisers may accept or decline appraisals depending on their schedule.