To apply under NOC-1314 National Occupation Classification you must follow the roles and responsibilities of Assessors, valuators and appraisers.
Required roles and responsibilities:-
Assessors, valuators and appraisers perform some or all of the following duties:
- Assess value of land, building, structures, machinery, equipment and property improvements for purposes of taxation, grants and regional planning and prior to sale or purchase
- Review and analyze data such as past sales, title searches, engineering and alignment maps, soil maps, subdivision plans, water and sewer plans, leasing cost data and easements
- Explain assessment process to ratepayers.
Assessors may specialize in advising and consulting in a specific field of assessment such as residential, commercial, industrial, institutional or farmlands.
Valuators perform some or all of the following duties:
- Collect and analyze financial records of a business, such as financial statements, budgets, projections and sales data, to assess its competitiveness or to estimate its market value
- Prepare reports for estate planning, matrimonial litigation, insurance and business losses
- Appear as an expert witness before courts, security regulators and other regulatory boards and commissions.
Appraisers perform some or all of the following duties:
- Appraise value of property, building, industrial and commercial machinery and equipment and personal and household items
- Prepare appraisal reports for lending agencies, insurance companies, government departments, courts, attorneys, creditors, buyers or auctioneers.
Appraisers may specialize in a specific type of appraisal such as real estate appraisal.
You can also see the required titles to apply as a Assessors, valuators and appraisers.
NOC 1314 – Assessors, valuators and appraisers: example titles.
- accredited appraiser
- appraisal technician
- appraiser (except customs)
- assessor (except tax)
- assistant appraiser
- automobile appraiser
- building appraiser
- business appraiser
- business valuation officer
- business valuator
- Canadian residential appraiser (CRA)
- chartered appraiser
- chartered business valuator (CBV)
- CRA (Canadian residential appraiser)
- fishing vessels appraiser
- furniture appraiser
- insurance appraiser
- municipal assessor
- property appraiser
- property assessor
- property valuator
- real estate appraisal technician
- real estate appraiser
- real estate assessor
- technician, real estate appraisal
- valuation consultant
- Assessors require a college diploma in municipal assessment and Accreditation with the municipal assessment association of the province.
- Valuators usually require a bachelor’s degree or college diploma in accounting, business or commerce and Accreditation with the Canadian Institute of Chartered Business Valuators based on successful completion of its business and security valuation program.
- Appraisers require a college diploma or vocational training in the field of appraisal or Several years of experience in a position related to the field of appraisal.
- In Quebec, membership with l’Ordre des évaluateurs agréés du Québec (OEAQ) is required to use the title chartered appraiser.
- Real estate appraisers usually require several years of experience as a real estate agent, right-of-way agent or property administrator and may require Canadian residential appraiser certification.
- Appraisers of residential, commercial or industrial property require accreditation with the Appraisal Institute of Canada.
- Progression to management positions in each field is possible with experience.
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