NAIFA is continually striving to meet the needs and expectations of members and appraisal professionals of all career levels. As an active member of NAIFA you will gain access to professional development, federal and national appraisal information, quality networking, meet and interact with other professionals from across the country, and build the expertise that will hone your competitive edge.
If you are not a member yet, but are thinking about becoming one, click here to learn more about the benefits of NAIFA.
NAIFA Member Benefits
As an NAIFA member you a variety of benefits ranging from access to Errors & Omissions Insurance, to discounts on office supplies. Click here to view the entire list of benefits.
Online Membership Brochure
Your Responsibility as a NAIFA Member
It shall be the responsibility of the all members to report to the Professional Standards Committee any complaint, filed in any jurisdiction, within 30 days of receipt of said notification. Said notification shall be in writing and addressed to the Executive Vice President, who will forward the noticiation to the current chair of the committee. Failure to report any complaints may result in censure of the member.
Build your brand
Marketing is the single most important element for your business. How you market yourself and are perceived by clients will determine your success. Click here to learn more about how you can build your brand, as well as access useful links.
Manage Your Online Profile
Think of your online NAIFA profile as an online resume. Like a resume, your NAIFA profile provides your contact information, experience, education, professional recognition, skills/qualifications, and much more. Your NAIFA profile is your online advertisement to over 700,000 annual visitors to NAIFA's website. Click here to learn the steps to managing your online profile.
Resources for Appraisers: Click here to find links that can be helpful to you as an appraiser.
Most Requested Forms: Click here to view our most requested forms.
Board Summaries: Click here to view summaries of board meetings dating as far back as 2005.