In order to get an appraiser license in the state of Maryland, you will need to complete courses in real estate appraisal, get a real estate Appraiser Trainee license, work as an appraiser trainee at least 2 years and take the exam for real estate appraiser.
Depends on which state you live in. Also depends on if you are a commercial or residential real estate appraiser.
Real estate appraiser training can be obtained at this website: http://www.appraiserlicense.com/ It is free, trustworthy, and provides great support for you.
You can find a real estate appraiser school at the Appraiser License website. Once on the page, select the state you want to get your license in to bring up more information.
You can find a school that could train you as a real estate appraiser in a lot of places. Western parts of California and Washington offer great schools that help with real estate.
Commercial real estate appraiser
Check with your state Real Estate Commission, usually under the Department of Insurance and Banking. This is a license similar to the process of becoming a real estate agent. Try searching for "Real Estate Appraiser License"
A real estate appraiser must be unbiased in developing and reporting an opinion of value for real estate. If a real estate appraiser accepts an assignment where the client agrees to pay an appraisal fee based on a percentage of the final appraised value, the appraiser would be in violation of Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practices and the code of ethics of any appraisal organization to which he or she is a member.
Stratford's Real Estate Appraiser program tuition is $589.00. That covers everything need to complete the course.
There are many websites online that have real estate appraiser jobs. Sites such as Monster, Workopolis and RealCareers are great places to begin looking for your future career.