Residential Appraiser (CRA or Candidate) – Halifax, NS

Residential Appraiser (CRA or Candidate) – Halifax, NS

Who are you? ​ You are a Residential Appraiser with at least 3 years of appraisal  experience.  You either currently hold your CRA designation or are working towards  obtaining.  You are a member with AIC in good standing.  You are a self-motivated;  detail oriented individual looking for high volume work with a competitive fee split.

Who are we?​  CDC Inc. is a national full service appraisal firm that innovatively  delivers appraisals, leveraging a virtual structure to reduce costs, access the best  people, and minimize our environmental impact.

The Position:​  The Candidate Residential Appraiser’s responsibility is to Review and  analyze client provided information, gather property specific data and complete site  appraisals of complex residential properties in a timely and efficient manner.  The  Residential Appraiser will prepare and submit appraisal reports for processing and  conduct market research related to trends and comparables.

Duties and Responsibilities:

● Complete site inspections and appraisal report within the agreed turnaround  time.

● Manage your own inspection appointments, travel, scheduling, report  writing, and report amendments with guidance from Appraisal Manager.

● Strong communication skills with the desire to learn and improve from  Appraisal Manager.

● Committed to producing high quality reports in order to ensure client  satisfaction.

● Ability to work effectively independently as well as in a team setting.

● Reports to Appraisal Manager.

What’s in it for you?

● Competitive commission fee for completed appraisal report

● Flexibility of location and schedule

● High volume work available

● Growth opportunities within CDC

Next Steps:​ If this opportunity is what you have been waiting for, send your  resume and contact details to me directly at ​​ .  If you are not  currently residing in the required locations, we will hold on to your resume for  future openings.

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