NABRA (The National Association of Black Real Estate Appraisers) advocates equal opportunity in the appraisal profession. NABRA does not offer education or appraisal designations, however, we promote adherence to the Uniform Standards of Appraisal Practice (USPAP) and the standards of the Appraisal Foundation,among our membership and affiliatesensuring that appraisals are independent, consistent, and objective.
NABRA was formed in response to the lack of diversity in the real estate appraisal profession, specifically as it relates to the overall number of blackappraisers in the United States.NABRA supports inclusion and equal opportunity in the appraisal profession and seeks tocultivates a community of interests amongst users and members of the appraisal profession.
According to a study by the Appraisal Institute, a global professional association of real estate appraiser’sblack real estate appraisers represent 3% of the nationwide appraiser population.
In addition, the United States Department of Labor Statistics also states that African American real estate appraisers and assessors combined, represent only 10.4% of the workforce.
Promote diversity in the appraisal profession
Foster a mentor and mentorship connection
Foster an appraiser to business connection