WIND Appraiser Credential Program
What is a Property Insurance Appraiser? A property insurance appraiser is a competent and impartial professional who evaluates claims and value of the property or amount of a property loss. Each party (insurance company and policyholder) selects their own impartial appraiser when the insurance appraisal clause is invoked. Learn more about the insurance appraiser process.
WIND Certified Appraiser Code of Ethics®
What Is a WIND Certified Appraiser® The WIND Certified Appraiser Program® was introduced in 2012 to enhance the professionalism and ethics of property insurance appraisers. The WIND Appraiser Certification class prepares insurance professionals to act as an appraiser in the appraisal process.
Why become a WIND Certified Appraiser® Each year, hundreds of property insurance claims professionals complete the four-hour WIND Certified Appraiser® class to further their career and credentials in property insurance appraisals. Upon successful completing the course and application process, you'll become an official WIND Certified Appraiser for a three year period, be listed in our online directory, receive a certificate and a date-stamped logo to use in marketing materials. Steps to becoming a WIND Certified Appraiser
The WIND Certified Appraiser Directory is an online listing of professionals who have successfully completed the four-hour WIND Appraiser Certification Program® and met the guidelines and criteria established by WIND.
DISCLAIMER: WIND publishes the WIND Certified Appraiser® Directory for informational purposes only. WIND does not endorse or guarantee the qualifications of any of the listed appraisers, nor makes recommendations for any of the listed appraisers. It is up to the parties selecting an appraiser to check references and credentials and to arrange any payments for services.