Find a property appraiser for your special type of property or in your area now
Looking for a Property Appraiser? The American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers is the preeminent professional society for property appraisers who work on the full range of real properties in rural settings including but not limited to:
- Farms/livestock operations/dairies
- Commercial properties
- Conservation easements
- Timber properties
- Rural residences
Find a property appraiser for your special type of property or in your area now!
This database includes all members of the American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers. When you perform a search it will automatically default to the Accredited members of the Society. If you wish to search through the entire database, please select General Membership below.
More about ASFMRA property appraisers
If you are looking for an expert property appraiser who specializes in any type of rural property, we can help you find one. Our Society members are the most trusted professionals in the business. ASFMRA property appraisers complete more than 175,000 appraisals a year on more than 30 million acres of land. These members are also connected to the very best professionals in the business who act as a rich resource for keeping current on best practices.
ASFMRA Accredited Members
The ASFMRA has two professional designations for property appraisers, the Accredited Rural Appraiser – ARA, and the Real Property Review Appraiser – RPRA. Designated members meet stringent standards that substantially exceed all state and federal licensing requirements. These members have successfully completed a rigorous process that includes education, work review, a comprehensive exam and an experience requirement. Designated members also commit to continuing education requirements to ensure continued professional competence in an ever-changing world.
All members are bound by a strict Code of Ethics and Standards of Professional Practice and take required training on ethical professional practice on a regular basis. Members or the public may report potential violations of ethics to ASFMRA. In the event a member is found to have conducted business in a manner that is in conflict with the ASFMRA code of Ethics or standards of Professional Practice, the member can be disciplined. Discipline may range from private or public censure to membership revocation.