The American Society of Appraisers is an international organization of appraisal professionals and others interested in the appraisal profession. ASA is the oldest and only major appraisal organization representing all of the disciplines of appraisal specialists.
ASA members perform appraisals for one or more of the disciplines listed at the left. They also belong to one or more chapters that are grouped into geographic regions.
ASA is run by a Board of Governors made up of representatives from the disciplines and regions. In addition, ASA has two other affiliated organizations, our Educational Foundation and our Political Action Committee. ASA also has the ASA College of Fellows that is comprised of Accredited Senior Appraisers who have been recognized by their peers and the College of Fellows for their contributions to ASA and the appraisal profession.
Main email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: (800) ASA-VALU / (800) 272-8258 (U.S. and Canada)
or (703) 478-2228
(703) 742-8471 Fax
Mail: American Society of Appraisers
11107 Sunset Hills Rd, Suite 310
Reston, VA 20190
(800) ASA-VALU or (800) 272-8258 (U.S. and Canada)
or (703) 478-2228
Fax: (703) 742-8471
For information on contacting a specific person, see our Contact Us page.
Click here for the College of Fellows history of ASA
Ethics and Professional Standards
One of ASA's primary objectives is to ensure ethical practices and procedures on the part of its members. The society is diligent in its efforts to strengthen and uphold the Principles of Appraisal Practice and Code of Ethics (the code of conduct to which all members must subscribe) in order to protect the client. For more information...
ASA-accredited appraisers are experts. The meticulous ASA accreditation process ensures that ASA-accredited appraisers are accurate, impartial, and credible. They are educated and experienced in their fields and are respected members of their communities. Most importantly, they deliver independent valuations that assure property is appraised at its fair market value. For more information...
ASA Political Action Committee
Like any other profession, appraisers need a seat at the decision-maker's table: The appraisal profession is one of the most highly regulated in the United States. For more information...
ASA Educational Foundation
The ASA Educational Foundation carries on educational, research and charitable activities related to the advancement of the appraisal profession. It provides grants for ASA courses, continuing appraisal education, college/university-level appraisal-oriented courses and books relevant to professional appraising. For more information...
ASA College of Fellows
The ASA College of Fellows is comprised of Accredited Senior Appraisers who have been recognized by their peers and the College of Fellows for their contributions to ASA and the appraisal profession. These members are given the designation of FASA which is the highest honor ASA bestows. For more information...
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ASA Privacy Statement
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