At Farm Credit Mid-America, we believe people are our strongest asset. We are consistently looking to hire individuals from a wide range of experience and capabilities who have a desire to serve. Currently, we have over 1,100 employees across Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee.
Within the scope of delegated authority, conducts on-site appraisals and valuations of acquired properties and loan collateral (both real and chattel) including site inspections for environmental risks. Provides Farm Credit Mid-Americas’ Financial Services Officers and management adequate information to aid in their decision-making process. Develops and maintains comparable sales information.
Conducts on-site appraisals and valuations of loan collateral and acquired properties. Includes defining highest and best use, documenting area and property characteristics, identifying environmental risks, applying accepted valuation methods, supporting conclusions with written narrative, and documenting results in written appraisal reports.
Collects, investigate, document and maintain comparable sales information. Includes searching public records, verifying sale conditions, making property inspections, verifying financing terms, abstracting sale price, platting, and documenting results.
Analyzes comparable sales information to support land value trends, adjustment factors, depreciation rates, capitalization rates, and valuation methods. Communicates this information as required by association procedures.
Coordinates activities through the immediate supervisor to prioritize appraisal requests.
Conducts appraisal evaluation reviews and provides training as necessary in any area of deficiencies as noted.
Evaluates the impact of environmental risks. Includes, but is not limited to performing site inspections, owner interviews, and documenting findings in written appraisal reports.
Evaluates the impact of existing and proposed government programs regarding farming, taxes, zoning, and the environment on property valuations.
Represents and communicates the mission and values of Farm Credit Mid-America and complies with its conduct policy, security policy and confidentiality expectations.
Education and Experience
Bachelor's Degree in Agriculture, Business or related field. State license strongly preferred. Work-related or education-related agricultural, rural or agribusiness experience is required. Demonstrated satisfactory experience in sales research, documentation and analysis. Demonstrated satisfactory experience in residential and typical Farm collateral evaluations.
Here's What We Can Offer You...
Farm Credit Mid-America has an outstanding Total Rewards package, which includes, but is not limited to:
Salary commensurate with experience
15 vacation days, 15 sick days, and 9 paid holidays per year
Medical, Dental, Vision, STD, LTD, Life/AD&D benefits, etc.
Fitness Incentive Program
Farm Credit Mid-America is an Equal Opportunity Employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, veteran status, disability or any other category protected by law.
Internal Number: 11536
About Farm Credit Mid America
About Farm Credit
Farm Credit Mid-America is a $19 billion agriculture lending cooperative serving more than 95,000 farmers, agribusinesses and rural residents throughout Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee. Loans are available for farm real estate financing, operating loans, and equipment and livestock loans. As a lender serving rural America, we also offer crop insurance and a full line up of leasing options. We also offer financing for people who want to live in the country, whether it's for purchasing a home or purchasing land to build a home later. Talk to the rural lending experts today!