our patent-pending search technology matches lenders with appraisers
Clients Are Looking For You
Showcase your experience with your FREE listing in the world's most advanced appraiser directory. While other appraiser directories search for appraisers by only county or zip codes, AppraisalWorld's patent-pending method uses a proprietary algorithm, which incorporates many factors, including appraisal date and locations of completed appraisal assignments. The result is that appraisers are given higher listing rankings based on actual work experience and the neighborhood in which they have expertise.
Patent-Pending Enhanced Directory Showcases Your Experience
Our patent-pending, national directory of appraisers locates and ranks appraisers by your level of local-area knowledge about the subject property and its neighborhood. Finding appraisers with the most local area expertise is critical to improving the appraisal process. Our AppraisalWorld Directory is the first step in that direction. Lenders, brokers and homeowners referencing the directory can be confident that you have local-area expertise and can provide the quickest and most reliable property valuation.
Your Virtual Business Card Will Get Results
When the customer clicks on your location or company name, your "Business Card" will be displayed and you'll be literally one click away from getting an order or receiving a visitor to your website seeking further information about your appraisal expertise.
The Directory is Trusted by Lenders, Brokers, and Homeowners
Lenders, mortgage brokers, and homeowners will search for you in the AppraisalWorld Directory when they need an appraisal because it is promoted heavily in search engines such as Google® and Yahoo®. The AppraisalWorld Directory is also advertised in industry print and online magazines, so you receive even more exposure.
About Our Directory Search Technology
Our patent-pending GEAR™ search technology finds and ranks appraisers partially based on geo-spatial cluster analysis of the appraiser's work history. The intent is to identify the appraiser who has "worked" in the proximity of the subject property most recently and the most overall. Below is an illustration of how it works.