Collateral Analyst-Fee Services 11239

Company Name:
Farm Credit Services
Collect and analyze real estate market information to support the collateral function. Effectively communicate results to the clients. Prepare appraisals and environmental site inspections, including complex appraisals for farm, rural, and non-farm real estate. Serves as a resource to provide appraisal training, reviews or special assignments when needed. Provide appraisal services and/or consulting services for external and internal clients.
TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS: 50% or as required
1. Includes defining highest and best use, documenting area and property characteristics, identifying environmental risks, applying accepted valuation methods, supporting conclusions with written narrative, and documenting results in written appraisal reports.
2. Collect, investigate, document and maintain comparable sales information. Includes searching public records, verifying sale conditions, making property inspections, verifying financing terms, abstracting sale price, platting, and documenting results.
3. Analyzes comparable sales information to support land value trends, adjustment factors, depreciation rates, capitalization rates, and valuation methods. Communicates this information as required by client.
4. Serves as a resource to credit and appraisal staffs which may include, but is not limited to, interpreting real estate market analysis, providing leadership or developing staff appraisal skills, performing appraisal reviews and answering technical appraisal questions.
5. Verifies accuracy of legal descriptions and documents property location by preparing acceptable plats as required by client.
6. Represents and communicates the mission and values of Farm Credit Mid-America and complies with its conduct policy, security policy and confidentiality expectations.
Education and Experience
Bachelor's Degree in Agriculture, Business or related field. Holds Certified General Appraiser License. Experience in completing agricultural or rural real estate appraisals and associated analysis. Experience in preparing complex farm and non-farm appraisals.
Job Title: Collateral Analyst-Fee Services 11239
Organization: Farm Credit Mid-America, ACA
Location: Middle or East, Tennessee
Department: Unspecified
Experience Level: Entry Level (1-4 years)
Supervisor''s Title: Unspecified
Employment Type: Full-Time
Salary Range: DOE , depending on experience
Posted Date: 7/17/2014
Closing Date: Open Until Filled

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