Sworn appraiser and estate agent
In 2001, in The Netherlands, the legal inauguration of appraisers and estate agents has been abolished. This means that nowadays everyone can call themself an appraiser or estate agent. There are no longer sworn estate agents or sworn appraisers. To give people clearness, they set up several registers. Appraisers and estate agents can sign up for these registers, but only if they satisfy their strict quality requirements.
One of these registers originated from the foundation VastgoedCert. Registered estate agents and appraisers may call themselves Register Makelaar-Taxateur (RMT). The association RVT is the branch organization of the Register Vastgoed Taxateurs in The Netherlands. Before 2000, Register Vastgoed Taxateurs were called sworn appraisers or sworn estate agents. Sworn appraisers and estate agents met strict quality requirements.
Certified VBO-estate agents and –appraisers are registered in the register from the Stichting Certificering VBO Makelaars. The registered appraisers and estate agents meet the quility requirements set by financiers such as banks and insurance companies. Certified SCV-estate agents and -appraisers are aknowledged by the Stichting Waarborgfonds Eigen Woning and the 'vereniging eigen huis'.
All of the appraisers that are listed on Erkende-Taxateurs.nl are registered in one of the following registers: SCVM or VastgoedCert. Besides, our appraisers are affiliated by the valuation mark NWWI and a branch organization.
The terms sworn estate agent and sworn appraiser do no longer legally exist, but we can guarantee you that the appraisers on Erkende-Taxateurs.nl are certified and aknowledged.
Do you want to be sure that the appraisal of your house will be done by a sworn, certified or aknowledged appraiser?