Estate surveyors form partnership with American Society of Appraisers

Nigerian estate surveyors have partnered with the American Society of Appraisers.

 American Society of Appraisers (ASA)

Nigerian estate surveyors have partnered with the American Society of Appraisers (ASA).

According to an estate surveyor and valuer, Mr. Paul Osaji, this will help Nigerians meet the various expectations of multinational organisations and obtain international certification.

"An appraiser must invest in academic study and hands-on, full-time experience; and must prove competency through passing qualifying examinations in valuation theory, ethics, and at least one specialty, plus peer-review approval of appraisal reports."

The partnership was announced at the first stage of the accreditation process, coordinated by the past president of the ASA, Leslie H. Miles Jr, and hosted by Messrs Paul Osaji & Co.

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