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Appraiser

16 Interview Questions & Answers

1.
Why do you want a career as an appraiser?
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I have always loved real estate and it's a good career and I believe I would be very good at it.
2.
I would like a career as an appraiser because I like field work and office work. I like to be challenged. I also like to problem solve and work with people.
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To enable me to ensure that the right people are doing the right jobs and getting as much as they can from role.
4.
Being an appraiser will allow me to understand every aspect of real estate. It will serve as a strong foundation for my career in the industry and could allow me to have a greater exposure to future opportunities. By developing the skills required to be an appraiser, I will be able to progress in my desired career path and also have a strong knowledge of CRE so I can start to build my own portfolio of properties.
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1.
Why do you want a career as an appraiser?
User-Submitted Answers
1.
I have always loved real estate and it's a good career and I believe I would be very good at it.
2.
I would like a career as an appraiser because I like field work and office work. I like to be challenged. I also like to problem solve and work with people.
3.
To enable me to ensure that the right people are doing the right jobs and getting as much as they can from role.
4.
Being an appraiser will allow me to understand every aspect of real estate. It will serve as a strong foundation for my career in the industry and could allow me to have a greater exposure to future opportunities. By developing the skills required to be an appraiser, I will be able to progress in my desired career path and also have a strong knowledge of CRE so I can start to build my own portfolio of properties.
2.
What is your greatest strength?
User-Submitted Answers
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I am great worker and good at problem solving I have many times in the past got projects done before the due date.
2.
Being flexible and able to adapt would be my biggest strength. I am able to adapt to many different situations and people.
3.
Get the job completed to meet dead lines.
4.
Ability to but personal feelings aside and do what is required.
5.
My drive for things I am passionate about. When I am passionate about something, I want to surround myself with every aspect of it. I have to know as much a possible about my passions. I constantly go back to them and try to understand every detail and then expand upon those. When I find a strong passion, it is basically what I devote most of my time to learning.
3.
What is your greatest weakness?
User-Submitted Answers
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Public speaking would be something I have trouble with I am a shy person. But I have been improving on that ever since I have been taking a speech class in college had really improved my weakness.
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Organization would be my biggest weakness however I have discovered if I make a list of things to do everyday I keep organized and get things done.
3.
I dont step back for a second and take a breath when needed.
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Overthinking. When I have so much time, I will look at every possible situation and outcome, even when they are extremely unlikely. By thinking to much about those, I get distracted from my work. I have been trying to combat this by recently by trusting my gut decision more often. I still like to consider possible outcomes, but I limit myself by thinking of outcomes that are likely to happen, then go from there.
4.
How do you handle stress and pressure?
User-Submitted Answers
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I work very well under pressure because my current job had a lot of stress and short time projects we had to complete.
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I handle pressure and stress very well. I work under pressure and stress everyday multitasking and getting things done in a timely manner.
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I try to deal with each issue step by step realizing there is an end to the issue that is presenting the stress.
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Take a deep breath and if necessary count to 10 carry on.
5.
Pretty well. I think I usually remain calm, allowing me to not get too stressed out. When I am under pressure, it gives me a rush which allows me to work very diligently yet very fast. If I come up with two or three possible solutions, the pressure allows me to analyze those solutions more quickly so I can come to an answer that I am most confident in.
5.
How do you evaluate success?
User-Submitted Answers
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To be able to go home everyday knowing you did the best you could do and gave it all you had.
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I evaluate success on the accomplishments in my job.
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Happiness one exhibits in their job. Along with their working relationships with other individuals.
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By actions that give good results and improve the way things are done or the happiness and well being of individuals.
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I think success is completely personal. Some people see it in terms of money, but I see it in terms of accomplishments and achievements. A lot of people can go out and make good money, but actually caring about what you are doing and having a drive to be the best at what you do is what makes you successful. If you have the drive and the passion, the money will come as a result of your success.
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