What does it take to become a Certified Residential Real Estate Appraiser?

Certified Residential Real Estate Appraiser Licensing is regulated by the Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation and requires 2500 hours of appraisal experience to be obtained in no less than 24 months. Additionally, before one can become a Virginia Certified Residential Real Estate Appraiser, they must meet 200 hours of educational requirements and successfully complete the AQB Certified Residential Real Property Appraiser Examination.

Matthew Williams – Certified Residential Real Estate Appraiser

Matt began his training in the summer of 2011 as an Associate Appraiser with Premier Home Appraisals under the direct supervision of Troy Kaster. Throughout Matt’s licensing process a sense of pride and enthusiasm has grown. He is a valuable associate and his licensure is a positive addition to the Premier Home Appraiser team.

“I learned quickly that in order to live up to the quality standards Premier Home Appraisals has become known for I would need to exhibit a fierce commitment to excellence and deliver accurate, objective and supported values for our clients.

As appraisers, we get the opportunity to be instrumental in our client’s lives during what is one of their most important transactions. Whether building a new home, refinancing, estate planning, purchasing or any other need for reliable home values. There is tremendous satisfaction in that when you know you’ve done an honest and accurate job for the client.”

-Matthew Williams

Matt’s pride and quality workmanship best exemplifies Premier Home Appraisals and the fundamental values we have as a business. We look forward to seeing Matt grow and use what he has learned to best support his clients. Premier Home Appraisals is proud to have such an Appraiser on the team to grow the PHA business and regions which we service.