Certified General Appraiser, Commercial Appraiser, Residential Appraiser
4 Year Degree
Valbridge Property Advisors | Las Vegas | Reno is seeking an experienced, career-oriented Commercial Appraiser AND an experienced Residential Appraiser. Both candidates should have a strong work ethic with managerial experience/capabilities for our Las Vegas office.
Valbridge Property Advisors | Las Vegas | Reno has been providing appraisal services throughout Nevada, for over 25 years. Valbridge Property Advisors is the largest privately-owned appraisal company in the country, with over 200 MAI’s, 675 staff and 75 offices.
Qualified candidates will meet these requirements:
Certified General Appraiser - Commercial Appraiser candidates
MAI or Advanced Candidate for the MAI designation are preferred for Commercial Appraiser, but not required
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent
Minimum 5 years’ experience
Desire to attain the MAI designation (or similar accreditation) - Commercial Appraiser
Proficient in MS Word, Excel, and mapping programs - Commercial Appraiser
Good writing skills
Flexibility to work both autonomously and as a team member
A positive, professional attitude
Additional Salary Information: Salary and benefits shall be commensurate with experience and background.
About Valbridge Property Advisors I Las Vegas I Reno
VPA I Las Vegas I Reno offices appraise all different property types, with each of the appraisers having one or two specialties. Matthew Lubawy personally specializes in hospitality and gaming properties and has prepared numerous appraisals throughout Nevada and other states. Karen Park specializes in golf courses and has experience in appraising numerous regional malls. Other specialties in our offices include large master-planned land parcels, convenience stores, market studies for LIHTC projects, as well as single family residences.
Las Vegas is a very unique area due to legalized gaming. Many property types such as convenience stores, grocery stores, liquor stores, and taverns have gaming machines located in them, and clients from out of state don’t always understand the nuances of gaming associated with these properties.