Assessors

(NOC 1314)
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What do Assessors do?

Assessors, valuators and appraisers determine the value of land, businesses, estates and other real property, for purposes of sale, purchase, taxation or disposal of assets. Appraisers also determine the value of personal and household items.

How to become: Assessors


  • 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.

Where to study for a career as: Assessors

Bow Valley College
Calgary, Alberta, CA

Related Program(s):
Business Administration Diploma: Insurance and Risk Management Diploma; Online; University Transfer
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Canadore College
North Bay, Ontario, CA

Related Program(s):
Enterprise Analysis and Research Diploma
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Conestoga College
Kitchener, Ontario, CA

Related Program(s):
Business - Insurance Diploma; Co-op
Business - Insurance Diploma
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Modified on April 06, 2022

How much do Assessors make?

Low:
$41,995
Average:
$74,277
High:
$101,005

Job openings for Assessors

Job Seekers:
21,800
Job Openings:
21,900