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Apprentice Appraiser looking for Mentor

Posted on: 04/17/2024

Experienced Apprentice Appraiser looking to finish out apprenticeship. Previous mentor passed away in Feb of this year unexpectidly. I have experience in Pickens, Oconee, and Anderson County. I just need someone willing to pick me up and help me finish out my points. Please see attached resume. 

Larry Sharrock –Apprentice Appraiser

920 Zion School Rd, Easley SC | 864-747-0592 |

Professional Summary:

Experienced Apprentice Appraiser seeking to finish out apprenticeship. Experience appraising homes and land in Anderson, Oconee, and Pickens County. Seeking opportunity to continue to grow in career.

Jim Hick’s Appraisals/Jim Hicks & Co           January 2022 – February 2024

  • Worked closely with appraiser to learn role, including bid placement and appraiser selection.
  • After bid accepted, responsible for set up of appointments with homeowners.
  • Researched comparable properties using MLS and County Websites.
  • Assessment of home to include pictures, measuring, and sketch.
  • Drive to comparable properties to take pictures for report.
  • Constructed appraisal report using Click forms.
  • Review of property and report done with appraiser prior to sending.
  • Included any issues that need to be readdressed in report.
  • Reassessment of property issues after repairs have been completed.



McLaughlin Body Company                             November 2017 – January 2022

  • Mig Welder.
  • Welded canopies for Caterpillar machines.
  • Assessed fit and alignment.
  • Conducted daily inventory checks.
  • Breakdown and setup of station.


Pack IQ                                                                     October 2016 – November 2017

  • Mig Welder.
  • Read blueprints.
  • Welded shipping racks for automotive industries.
  • Assessed fit and alignment.
  • Conducted daily inventory checks.
  • Breakdown and setup of station.

Larry Sharrock –Apprentice Appraiser

920 Zion School Rd, Easley SC | 864-747-0592 |



Greenville Technical College 2009-2011

Appraisal Institute 2022-2023

McKissick Appraisal 2023-2024



Apprentice Appraiser – License Number 8312


Machine Tool Technology Certificate

Welding Certificate


Contact: Larry Sharrock



Posted on: 03/28/2024

For more information and to apply directly for this role please apply here: or go to

Performs complex professional work appraising commercial, residential, farm and undeveloped real estate for assessment and tax purposes; does related work as required. Work is performed under the general supervision of the County Assessor. Supervision is exercised over subordinate division personnel.

• Supervises commercial staff personnel and explains technical aspects of property appraisals as needed;
• Appraises real property and commercial real estate, answering inquiries concerning appraisals when possible;
• Prepares, reviews and edits reports on activities; enters data into computer system maintaining records and files;
• Plans, implements and directs County-wide mandatory revaluation program;
• Interviews persons familiar with property; inspects property; searches public records of sales, leases, assessments and other transactions to determine proper value;
• Assembles and categorizes sales, rents, expense data as it relates to the operation of real property, overall rates, and cost data;
• Assists public with information requests on property ownership, value, legal description, purchase price and date of purchase;
• Conducts staff meetings to discuss accomplishments, reviews work assignments; reviews office practices and procedures;
• Audits parcels enrolled in the farm use program and determines eligibility; issues rollback tax notices;
• Places new values on parcels that have been split from a larger tract by deed;
• Collects data relative to land valuations and applies such data in appraising specific parcels of land;
• Keeps abreast of local property trends of modern appraisal methods and techniques;
• Performs related tasks as required.

Thorough knowledge of the practices of real estate appraising for assessment purposes, building and land values; state laws, and County ordinances relating to real property assessing.
Ability to analyze factors which tend to influence the value of property and to exercise judgment in the determination of property values, to write clear and concise reports and to establish and maintain effective working relationships with the general public and associates.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE                                                                                                           Required                                                                                                                                                           High School diploma or GED and experience equivalent to graduation from accredited community college with course work in business administration or related field.                                                                                     Must have five years of commercial real property appraisal and experience in presenting & defending real estate appraisals before boards or judges.                                                                                               Preferred                                                                                                                                                 Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with course work in business administration or related field.
Preferred six or more years extensive experience in commercial real property appraisal and considerable experience in presenting & defending real estate appraisals before appellate boards or judges.

• All regular full-time and part-time employees of Spartanburg County are required by state law to participate in the South Carolina Retirement System.
• Required valid driver’s license issued in South Carolina.
• Required Certified General Appraiser license or certified General Mass Appraiser license issued by the South Carolina Real Estate Appraisal Board.

Contact: Sandi Eisele


Apprentice Trainee/New Hire

Posted on: 02/05/2024

Apprentice in Summerville, SC is seeking a supervisor/mentor. Please contact Craig at

Thank you for your time.

Click on the link for the resume.

Contact: Craig Frasco


Trainee looking for a supervisor

Posted on: 12/11/2023

I am interested and seeking an Appraiser Trainee position in the greater Greenville market, either full time or part time.

I have attached my resume as well as certificates for a real estate course I took before moving to Greenville from Houston, TX.

My contact information is on the attached resume.

Thanks for your time and I hope to hear from you.


Bill Murphy

See resume below:

William Murphy  7 Fontana Dr. Greenville SC  | 


 I am looking for a position as a full or part time Appraiser Trainee, with the goal of becoming a Certified Residential Appraiser.

Job History (past 10 years)
June 2020 to Present Retired
June 2012 / June 2020 Legrand North America – Houston, TX.
Position: Specification Consultant / Market Development 
  •  Work with and help architectural and engineering firms with product selection, design, and installation specifications for new and remodel construction projects in the commercial and healthcare sector.
  •  Work with electrical contractors and end users on product installation requirements, product specifications and best practices. 

Additional Work Experience

2007 / 2012 Outside Sales, Rexel USA – Houston, TX. Electrical Distributor 
2000 / 2007 Electrical Estimator - Project Manager Capp Electric – Houston, TX. Electrical Contractor 
1985 / 1999 Electrical Estimator - Project Manager - NYC 
1975 / 1985 Electrician, Electrical Estimator, Project Manager - Hartford, CT. / Houston, TX. 
NOTE: Obtained Electrical Masters License in CT. NYC and Westchester County NY. 

Related Experience

October / November 2021 - Attended Champions School of Real Estate in Houston, TX. and passed the 6 required courses to take the TX. Real Estate License Exam (certificates attached).

Interests Mountain Biking, Hiking and Golf

NOTE: References provided upon request


Contact: William Murphy


Posted on: 11/30/2023


Location: Remote  

Full Time, Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm 

Founded in 2011, Agility Consultants, LLC is a forward-thinking consulting firm providing professional and technology services to the private and public sectors alike. However, Agility's greatest success has come from its long standing and growing contracting relationships with federal agencies.  

Agility Consultants, LLC operates with pride and integrity, always. We out-perform and over-deliver, every time. We have established ourselves as an industry mainstay at the forefront of best business practices and technological solutions. We manage from a person-centered perspective; helping our team to grow professionally and giving them a voice. Every aspect of our business must demonstrate through word and action our core values: integrity, innovation, compassion, growth, and drive. 

Agility Consultants is currently seeking an Appraisal and Valuation Expert to provide a wide range of valuation services.  This position prepares technical reviews of areawide market analyses and market trend reports for a federal program involving farmland and conservation.  The Appraisal and Valuation Expert also makes recommendations to the client based on their reviews and market data and conducts spot check reviews.  The Appraisal and Valuation Expert also assists in the development of training, informational, and guidance materials for the client.  

Job Duties Include: 

  • Develops technical reviews of areawide market analyses and market trend reports 

  • Makes recommendations based on appraisal and valuation reviews, spot check reviews and technical reviewer work 

  • Assists in developing/updating process documentation, material for policies, fact sheets, training materials and other related documents 

  • Completes all action items and assignments from on-site visits 

Job Requirements: 

  • Associate degree in Agriculture, Natural Resources, or a related field 

  • Current completion of a UASFLA and USPAP course 

  • Completion of a conservation easement valuation or eminent domain course 

  • Minimum of 5 years of relevant experience, including some experience in performing appraisal reviews  

  • State-certified general real property appraiser in conformance with title XI of FIRREA  

  • In good standing with the licensing authority that issued the state-certification credential as well as no suspensions of the credential 

  • Demonstrated competence in compliance with USPAP in conducting and reviewing appraisals of properties with and without conservation easements of the requested type of easement or property type 

  • Demonstrated competence in ensuring compliance with UASFLA while conducting and reviewing appraisals completed under UASFLA 

  • Ability to learn and utilize federal program systems of record 

  • Excellent researching and analytical skills 

  • Proven communication skills  

  • Ability to write reports and similar materials in an accurate, concise, and an understandable manner 

  • Ability to create and facilitate training seminars 

  • Exceptional organizational skills and attention to detail 

  • Ability to operate within timelines 

  • Ability to stay abreast of industry best practices 

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite  

  • Ability to work as part of a team and collaborate with others as well as a demonstrated ability to work independently   

Preferred Job Qualifications: 

  • Job experience in appraising farmland, conservation land, and/or easements 

  • Bachelor’s degree in Agriculture, Natural Resources, or a related field  

In addition to working with innovative and dedicated co-workers, full time employees are eligible for 13 paid holidays per year, a robust PTO program, sick leave, family-friendly leave programs, comprehensive medical benefits, 401k with company match, and employee assistance program. 

Agility Consultants actively seeks to center diversity, equity, accessibility, and inclusion at the core of everything we do.  We believe our business is strongest when we embrace the full spectrum of humanity and the unique perspectives that brings. To excel as a high-performing firm, our inclusion efforts are focused on three main objectives:  recruit a diverse workforce; promote an inclusive culture; and attract and retain top employees. 

Agility Consultants, LLC is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. As such, individuals are recruited, hired, assigned, and promoted without regard to race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, age, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. 

To request a reasonable accommodation to apply to this position or for information on our Affirmative Action Plans, please contact

Contact: Rebecca Noack


Searching for a Mentor/Supervisor.

Posted on: 09/02/2023

I am located in Lexington, SC. I am looking for an apprenticeship in residential or commercial appraisal. I think residential is more interesting but I will happily learn either!  I graduated from Columbia College in 2005 with a BS in Political Science, and from USC in 2009 with a MPA (Master of Public Administration). I completed the McMissock QE Trainee courses Q1-3 last September. After graduating college I worked in Financial Services at Columbia College as an assistant to the Controller. I left there and briefly worked for Lexington County in the Community Development Department's grants division before deciding to stay home with my girls. I don't have a lot to offer in regards to work experience (but plenty of degrees and certificates I've never used!) I would be most grateful for the chance to learn under someone in the Lexington area. 

Contact: Marsha Dawkins


Resume for Apprenticeship Opportunities

Posted on: 07/26/2023

Click here to view the resume

Good afternoon!

My name is Zachary Reynolds and I am looking for a Supervisor Appraiser. I am set to receive my apprenticeship license by the end of this month and will have full availability to begin working with a supervisor at that time. I have attached my resume to this email but can provide any other information that may be needed. I live in the Simpsonville area and am very excited to begin my apprenticeship. Thank you for your time!

- Zach Reynolds

Phone #: (704) 816-9928 

Contact: Zachary Reynolds


Searching for a Mentor

Posted on: 07/26/2023

Courtesy Post: See email below. 

"I recently finished the McKissick Appraisal course and am hitting closed door after closed door looking for a mentor and was given your information as a possible avenue for help. I moved to Simpsonville 1.5 years ago from WA where I was a firefighter and looking for a change of pace and lifestyle. I'm currently attending college online, working part-time at Publix, and looking for a mentor.

Any help would be appreciated."

Tim Dowdy


Contact: Tim Dowdy


North Carolina Appraisal Board Investigator Job Opening

Posted on: 07/19/2023


The North Carolina Appraisal Board has a job opening for the position of Investigator.  Attached is the full job description/posting. When applying, please email your application to and be sure to put "Investigator Job Opening" in the subject line.  Should you have any questions about the position, please contact Don Rodgers See bottom of this message for complete job details. 


If you know anyone who may be interested, please forward them this email. 


Brandy March, MPA, CPM

Association of Appraiser Regulatory Officials (AARO) 

PO Box 99483

Raleigh, NC  27624


Phone: 515-494-1710




AARO Mission Statement:  Our mission is to be an advocate for all member jurisdictions as to the enforcement and administration of appraiser and appraisal management company regulatory laws. AARO is committed to the success and advancement of state appraiser and appraisal management company regulatory programs. We strive to accomplish these key objectives through: Leadership, Cooperation, Communication and Education.  

Position: Investigator, NC Appraisal Board
Working Title: Staff Investigator
Salary Grade: Flat Rate
Salary Range: $60,000 – $85,000 (Based on Regulatory Experience)
Type of Appointment: Perm Full-time
Location: Raleigh, NC
Remote Work Eligible: No
The North Carolina Appraisal Board (Board) has a career job opening for the position of Investigator. The
position’s responsibilities are to ensure compliance with federal and state licensure laws and Board rules
regarding licensure, discipline, and continuing education, and adherence to standards for professional appraisal
practice. This position also provides guidance to appraisers, the public, and law enforcement entities concerning appraiser licensure law and standards of practice. Applicants may be subject to a criminal background check.
Duties include but are not limited to:
• Investigating complaints received by the Board against appraisers and appraisal management companies.
• Determining the appropriate scope of each investigation, including deciding who to interview and what
documentation to review.
• Making determinations as to whether there is a potential violation of licensure law.
• Preparing complete, concise, and accurate reports that objectively present investigative findings and
• Presenting investigative findings to the team lead and the Board in a thorough and carefully articulated
• Testifying at hearings regarding investigations conducted and providing investigative support to the
Office of the Attorney General in developing and presenting their cases at hearings.
• Requesting and verifying work samples of appraiser applicants for compliance with Uniform Standards
of Professional Appraisal Practice and Board Rules.
• Auditing appraiser’s records, including reported continuing education, and observing Board approved
education providers.
This position requires extensive travel throughout the state when conducting field audits, gathering
photographic evidence, written statements, and documentation from appraisers and witnesses during the course of an investigation or in preparation for an administrative hearing.
Minimum: Graduation from a four-year college; must hold an active certification as a residential or general real
property appraiser and have been a certified appraiser for a minimum of three years with the ability to obtain
certification as a residential or general North Carolina Real Estate Appraiser prior to employment.
Required Competencies: The following knowledge, skills, and abilities are required competencies and may be
considered during the selection/interview process.
• Excellent customer service.
• Ability to work independently and as a team.
• Understanding of, and ability to apply, federal and state licensure laws, rules, and statutes.
• Independent decision-making skills.
• Critical thinking and analytical skills.
• Time management with the ability to meet strict deadlines.
• Ethical and professional demeanor.
• Demonstrated oral and written communication skills; ability to actively listen, build rapport, and conduct
successful interviews.
• Knowledge and understanding of PC software applications, including Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and
Access) and other office systems.
• Knowledge and understanding of the use of Microsoft Teams, Zoom, and other video conferencing
Appraisal review experience and/or regulatory investigative experience is preferred.
Successful applicants must reside in or willing to relocate to North Carolina prior to employment. The duty station will be the NC Appraisal Board office at 5830 Six Forks Road, Raleigh, NC. Applicants must be able to report to the Board on a daily basis. There may be an opportunity for some telework once the training period is completed.
Applicants must also be able and willing to regularly travel statewide, including overnight, to conduct fieldwork
related to enforcement matters. The successful applicant must have a valid driver’s license and reliable
The Board will accept applications immediately, and the position is open until filled. Salary is based on experience and qualifications. Individuals are requested to use the following form to apply for this position.
Application for Employment
Pertinent information is stated in this job posting but if additional information is needed, contact Don Rodgers, Executive Director, at 919-870-4854 or


Contact: Brandy March


Appraisal Management/Support

Posted on: 07/03/2023

After 8 years in real estate sales and a previously 3 years in property management, I went inactive with my SC real estate license this year 2023 to pursue a new role in the real estate industry.

My goal is to be in a support role to an appraiser or appraisal company.

Real Estate Experience Quick Stats:

  • 3 years Property Management

  • 11 years Real Estate Sales

  • Earned the Pricing Strategy Advisor (PSA) certification

  • Maintained my own custom spreadsheets and graphs as an active real estate agent to regularly monitor and analyze specific zip codes

  • Enjoyed competing with myself on real estate closings to sharpen my skills on my CMAs


No e-mail posted to prevent spam/scam. Please contact me for a resume through my website:


Contact: Rebekah Huff


Senior Appraiser

Posted on: 06/26/2023


$42,030 - $63,046 a year

Job Type


Shift and Schedule

8 hour shift

Day shift

Monday to Friday

General Description

The purpose of this class within the organization is to fairly value real estate by recognized principles and techniques, which includes land, agricultural products, and improvements for tax purposes.

Works independently, under limited supervision, reporting major activities through periodic meetings.

Duties and Responsibilities

The functions listed below are those that represent the majority of the time spent working in this class. Management may assign additional functions related to the type of work of the class as necessary.

Essential Functions:

Performs appraisals and mass appraisals of residential and non-complex multi-family properties for ad valorem tax purposes.

Inspects, appraises, and evaluates improved and unimproved land/lots and new construction. Measures and sketches new improvements, performs property splits/combinations and value allocations, as well as examines properties every five years for reassessment, as denoted in the SC Code of Laws.

Receives and responds to public inquiries and complaints regarding property taxes, appraisals, andassessments.

Inspects and values new improvements found while working permits.

Processes current tax year appeals from property owners.

Additional Duties:

Keeps accurate and up-to-date property records.

Enters appraisal results and other information into the computer.

Processes agricultural use value requests, property combination reports, and property splits.

Works with state and local agencies for damage assessments.

Conforms to Title 12 Taxation of the SC Code of Laws and requirements/opinions given in USPAP.

Assists taxpayers in understanding complex tax laws and procedures.

Analyzes building practices and quality of construction for residential improvements

Stays current on city and county ordinances as well as zoning and their effect on the value

Assists and interviews the public by telephone and in person concerning the information regarding appeals, plats, ownership, assessments, taxes, records, exemptions, sales information, and details about their property or any other items.

Performs related work as assigned.

Responsibilities, Requirements, and Impacts

Data Responsibility:

Data Responsibility refers to information, knowledge, and conceptions obtained by observation, investigation, interpretation, visualization, and mental creation. Data are intangible and include numbers, words, symbols, ideas, concepts, and oral verbalizations.

Collects, classifies, or formats data or information in accordance with a prescribed schema or plan to facilitate the identification and extraction of useful information.

People Responsibility:

People include co-workers, workers in other areas or agencies, and the general public.

Speaks with or signals to people to convey or exchange information of a general nature.

Asset Responsibility:

Assets responsibility refers to the responsibility for achieving economies or preventing loss within the organization.

Requires some responsibility for achieving minor economies and/or preventing minor losses through handling or accounting for materials, supplies, or small amounts of money.

Mathematical Requirements:

Mathematics requires the use of symbols, numbers, and formulas to solve mathematical problems.

Uses addition and subtraction, multiplication and division, and/or calculates ratios, rates, and percentages.

Communications Requirements:

Communication involves the ability to read, write, and speak.

Reads technical instructions, procedures manuals, and charts to solve practical problems, such as assembly instruction for tools, routine office equipment operating instructions, and methods and procedures for investigations and in drawing and layout work; composes routine reports and specialized reports, forms, and business letters, with the proper format; speaks compound sentences using normal grammar and word form.

Judgment Requirements:

Judgment requirements refer to the frequency and complexity of judgments and decisions given the stability of the work environments, the nature and type of guidance, and the breadth of impact of the judgments and decisions.

Responsible for guiding others, requiring frequent decisions affecting the individual, co-workers, and others who depend on the service or product; works in a somewhat fluid environment with rules and procedures but many variations from the routine.

Complexity of Work:

Complexity addresses the analysis, initiative, ingenuity, concentration, and creativity required by the job and the presence of any unusual pressures present in the job.

Performs skilled work involving rules/systems with almost constant problem solving; requires normal attention with short periods of concentration for accurate results and occasional exposure to unusual pressure.

Impact of Errors:

Impact of errors refers to consequences such as damage to equipment and property, loss of data, exposure of the organization to legal liability, and injury or death for individuals.

The impact of errors is moderate – affects those in work unit.

Physical Demands:

Physical demands refer to the requirements for physical exertion and coordination of limb and body movement.

Performs sedentary work that involves walking or standing some of the time and involves exerting up to 10 pounds of force on a regular and recurring basis or sustained keyboard operations.

Equipment Usage:

Equipment usage involves responsibility for materials, machines, tools, equipment, work aids, and products.

Handles or uses machines, tools, equipment, or work aids involving some latitude for judgment regarding attainment of a standard or in selecting appropriate items.

Unavoidable Hazards:

Unavoidable hazards refer to the job conditions that may lead to injury or health hazards even though precautions have been taken.

Involves routine and frequent exposureto traffic, moving machinery, outdoor vegetation and construction hazards typically encountered during exterior inspections.

Safety of Others:

Safety of others refers to the level of responsibility for the safety of others, either inherent in the job or to ensure the safety of the general public. (Does not include safety of subordinates).

Requires no responsibility for the safety and health of others.

Minimum Education and Experience Requirements:

Requires an Associate’s Degree or specialized courses/training equivalent to the satisfactory completion of two years of college in property appraisal and real estate.

Requires two years of experience in property appraisal and real estate OR an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.

Special Certifications and Licenses:

South Carolina Real Estate Appraisers License.

Americans with Disabilities Act Compliance

Greenwood County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. ADA requires Greenwood County to provide reasonable accommodations to qualified persons with disabilities. Prospective and current employees are encouraged to discuss ADA accommodations with management.

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $42,030.00 - $63,046.00 per year


  • 401(k)
  • Dental insurance
  • Employee assistance program
  • Employee discount
  • Flexible spending account
  • Health insurance
  • Health savings account
  • Life insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Professional development assistance
  • Retirement plan
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Vision insurance

Physical setting:

  • Office
  • Outdoor work


  • 8 hour shift
  • Day shift
  • Monday to Friday

Work Location: In person

To apply visit:

Apply for a Job - Greenwood County, SC (

Contact: Rita Dixon


Property Appraiser

Posted on: 04/26/2023

SCDOR is looking for a licensed and certified commercial appraisers for industrial property under SC jurisdiction. We have immediate needs in our Columbia, Rock Hill, Greenville and Florence offices. Normal schedule is Monday through Friday from 8:30am-5pm (no nights or weekends). These are full time positions that offer a career path with incremental advances. You will be provided with a SCDOR mentor for guidance and training. 

Click here for full details and to apply !

Contact: Jalah Horton


Apprentice Searching for a Supervisor

Posted on: 04/18/2023

My name is Kelly Tumlin. I am interested in Trainee Appraiser positions. I have finished my QE classes. I have completed the required 75 hours and would like to start looking for an appraiser to work with. Click here to view my resume.  Feel free to contact me if you have any questions. Thank you for reviewing my resume. 

Contact: Kelly Tumlin


Certified Residential Appraiser | Director of Operations | BIC

Posted on: 01/24/2023

Apprentice Residential Appraiser

Location: Horry County & surrounding

We are seeking an energetic and team-oriented apprentice residential appraiser ready to hit the ground running. Apprentice will be able to work with an experienced appraiser with 20+ years in the business. This is a full-time position, with administrative and office tasks while not actively appraising with the supervisor. In addition, we offer a competitive benefits package, including health insurance!

Ideal candidates are team-oriented and can work independently and efficiently to identify appraisal problems and develop credible and viable results for our clients while managing competing deadlines.


• Valid & active apprentice license in South Carolina

• Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook)


• Our firm offers a very competitive benefits package including health, dental and vision insurance.

• We pay your appraisal dues and your E&O insurance.

• The best industry data resources are available at no cost to the appraiser, including, Costar, Alamode, CRS, Narrative 1, Data comp, MLS, adobe, windows ten, and office 365. To name a few.

• Full office support, including accounting. We want you to get more done without all the stress of doing accounting, payroll, invoicing, and tax withholdings yourself.

• Consistent workflow to fit your financial goals.

• Work in the office

• The entire IT staff is available 24/7 to keep you up and running at all hours.

• Support and training that is always available when you need it.

Contact: Linda Nelson


Commercial & Residential Appraisers

Posted on: 12/29/2022

Efird Appraisals 

Remote or Office / North Carolina & South Carolina 

Job Description:
We are seeking energetic and team-oriented residential (licensed) (certified) and commercial (general) appraisers who are ready to hit the ground running with a consistent workflow. We have an immediate need for appraisers in all areas of North and South Carolinas with the flexibility to work from the comfort of your home, or if you prefer working from our office located in Charlotte. We are looking to expand to cover all areas of the Carolinas and are able to easily accommodate remote workers with an almost seamless transition. Appraisers love working for Efird Appraisals because it is like working for yourself without the headache of accounting and tedious back office admin work, keeping you the appraiser busy doing what you do best, appraising! Plus competitive benefits package including health insurance! Ideal candidates are team-oriented with the ability to work independently and efficiently to identify appraisal problems and develop credible and viable results for our clients while managing competing deadlines. Our firm wants you to get more done without all the stress of doing it all yourself. 


  • Valid & active appraiser license in North Carolina or South Carolina
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook) 


  • Our firm offers a very competitive benefits package including health, dental and vision insurance.
  • We pay your appraisal dues and your E&O insurance.
  • The best industry data resources are available at no cost to the appraiser, including, Costar, Alamode, CRS, Narrative 1, Data comp, MLS, adobe, windows ten, and office 365. To name a few.
  • Full office support, including accounting. We want you to get more done without all the stress of doing accounting, payroll, invoicing, and tax withholdings yourself.
  • Consistent workflow to fit your financial goals.
  • Work from home or in the office with the flexibility of working hours that fits your schedule.
  • The entire IT staff is available 24/7 to keep you up and running at all hours.
  • Support and training that is always available when you need it.


How to Apply:

Please email your resume/qualifications to Linda Nelson at


Contact: Lacey Ross


Apprentice Seeking Supervisor - Upstate Area

Posted on: 11/30/2022

I am an expereinced mass appraiser apprentice seeking to gain fee appraisal experience. I understand the level of commitment a supervisor must undertake to take on an apprentice! I am willing to make sure I am bringing value to your business in a short-term and long-term commitment. 

About me:

I currently have a full-time position in mass appraisals with one day off a week to dedicate to your business.This day is flexible. I am willing to work remotely in the evenings and weekends as well. I already have experience with measuring homes, reviewing deeds and plat maps, ect.  My mass appraisal experience hours count for half of the required hours for fee appraisal licensure. 

I can work in Greenville, Anderson, and Pickens counties. 

I will be happy to provide references and my resume upon request. 

Contact Information:

(864) 660-9581


Contact: Wesley Deason


Certified / Licensed / General Appraisers ~ Residential & Commercial

Posted on: 06/29/2022

We are seeking energetic and team-oriented residential (licensed) (certified) and commercial (general) appraisers who are ready to hit the ground running with a consistent workflow.

The Efird Corporation is a local appraisal office located in Charlotte, NC. We are looking for candidates to efficiently identify the appraisal problem and develop credible and viable results for our clients while managing competing deadlines.

Our firm offers a very competitive benefits package, and we have the best industry data resources available. As well as full office support. We want you to get more done without all the stress of doing it all yourself.

We have an immediate need for appraisers in all areas of the Carolinas with the flexibility to work from the comfort of your home, or if you prefer working from our office located in Charlotte.


  • Valid & active appraiser license in North Carolina or South Carolina
  • Proficient in Word, Excel, Outlook 


  • Our firm offers a very competitive benefits package including Health, dental and vision insurance.
  • We pay your appraisal dues and your E&O insurance.
  • The best industry data resources are available at no cost to the appraiser, including, Costar, Alamode, CRS, Narrative 1, Data comp, MLS, adobe, windows ten, and office 365. To name a few.
  • Full office support, including accounting. We want you to get more done without all the stress of doing accounting, payroll, invoicing, and tax withholdings yourself.
  • Consistent workflow to fit your financial goals.
  • Work from home or in the office with the flexibility of working hours that fits your schedule.
  • Entire IT staff is available 24/7 to keep you up and running at all hours.
  • Support and training that is always available when you need it. 

How to Apply:

Please email your resume/qualifications to

Contact: Lacey Ross


Apprentices Seeking Supervisor

Posted on: 06/01/2022

Hello Supervisors!
We have several apprentices seeking a supervisor in their area. Please see the below candidates and click their name to view resume and contact info:

Contact: Austin Bouknight


Trainee/Apprentice Available

Posted on: 05/23/2022

Hey I am looking for an Apprentice oppertunity in the Taylors/Greer area. Please give me a call if you have an oppening! 

Thanks so much! 

Nic Harrington


Contact: Nic Harrington


Property Appraiser

Posted on: 04/25/2022

Job Purpose
Our Property Analysts appraise and assess real property under the SCDOR's jurisdiction within an assigned geographical area and work with local government personnel to ensure correct interpretation and implementation of property tax laws.  

Duties include: 

  • Appraise and assess typical real property.
    • Conduct field reviews and/or appraisals of manufacturing facilities through inspection and research, with a focus on estimating fair market value.
    • Monitor fee-in-lieu of tax accounts.
    • Prepare documentation related to appeal requests.
  • Utilize multiple computer systems, including SCDOR's tax processing system DORWay, Commercial Estimator, and APEX Sketch to assist with preparing appraisals and maintaining taxpayer data.  
    • Interpret and analyze system data to update and adjust taxpayer returns and files.  
  • Communicate with taxpayers and/or representatives, local government personnel, other SCDOR property analysts, property tax examiners, and other customers to explain property tax laws and regulations.  
  • Assist local government personnel with issues and/or questions related to property tax administration through research and interpretation of property tax laws.  
  • Complete educational courses for licensing purposes and/or continuing education, as required by SCDOR and the SC Appraiser's Board.    

Requires all of the following: 

  • A bachelor's degree.
    • Academic degrees must be from an accredited institution of higher learning.
  • Two years of real estate appraisal experience.
  • An appraisal license (L) (at minimum) from the SC Real Estate Appraisers Board. 
  • Valid driver's license and reliable transportation.  

Contact: Angela Stroud



Posted on: 01/29/2022

Cockinos Appraisal Service has an opportunity for a full time Certified Residential Appraiser to join our team. We are a small appraisal company that offers a relaxed work environment with a flexible schedule. Certified Residential Appraisal applicant is preferred to have at least 2 years of experience. Compensation, job requirement details and job provisions will be discussed during the interview process.


  • Ability to work independently and meet established production standards.
  • Give status updates daily to the Lead Appraiser.
  • Ability to complete 20+ assignments per month on average.
  • High quality reports.
  • Effective verbal and written communication skills.
  • Coordinate communication on all assigned appraisal orders.

Contact: James "Milt" Devers IV


Contact: James (Milt) Devers


Appraiser Apprentice available in Charleston

Posted on: 01/18/2022

I am located in Charleston, and I am looking for an opportunity to apprentice in the area.  Please contact me at 843-324-7373 or  License 8145.  

Contact: Thomas Moore


Apprentice Looking For Mentor

Posted on: 10/27/2021

My name is Justin, Currently I am a Capital Projects Manager / Accreditation Manager for a hospital. In my spare time I have been getting into Appraising in which I plan to do full time. With that being said I have completed all of the courses required to become an apprentice. I am an appraisal student here in Columbia, South Carolina. I have taken all my courses online. It’s been a challenge finding a mentor to study under in order to learn how to apply the knowledge I have learned in my courses in the field. If you see this post please comment with some advice, tricks, tips, or even contacts of possible Appraising mentors in my area or State that you may know. I have reached out to just about every appraiser in my area that shows up on the national registry with an active license, but I haven't had any luck as of yet. I have great attention to detail, I am a very hard worker, and I am I quick learner. If you have any tips or contacts please reach out!


God Bless!

Contact: Justin Austin


Trainee looking for a supervisor.

Posted on: 08/18/2021

I have recently completed QE1, 2, 3, and the Supervisor/Trainee classes and I'm looking for a supervisor to work under. I am looking in the Charleston, Dorchester, and Berkley County areas and my schedule is very flexible. I have owned a measuring company for over 8 years that measures houses for contractors and realtors. We currently measure over 2000 homes per year. I am also ANSI certified. My cell number is 843-513-9987. 

Contact: Tim Brown