Court assessor - Salary and Career
Auctioneers and Appraisers

Court assessor - Career description, activities, functions and salary

Capture, evaluate, officialize, disclose, manage and organize auctions of movable and immovable assets, new or used and immovable. They issue technical and commercial opinions on the goods to be auctioned or sold.

How much does an Court assessor earn

A Court assessor earns between $1.234 and $3.835 per month, with an average monthly salary of $1.861 and a median salary of $1.557 according to an salary survey along with to data of professionals hired and fired by companies in the labor market.

Our research is based on the salaries of 1.229 professionals hired and dismissed by the period from 06/2021 to 05/2022 (last year).

Salary ranges for the Court assessor

Monthly Salary Annual Salary Salary Per Week Hourly Salary
Average wage 1.861 22.330 465 9
1º Quartile 1.234 14.805 308 6
Median Salary 1.557 18.684 389 7
3º Quartile 2.925 35.096 731 14
Higher Salary 3.835 46.020 959 18

Professional job categories

  • Middle level technicians
    • medium level technicians in administrative sciences
      • middle level technicians in business operations
        • auctioneers and appraisers

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Main workplaces

Auctioneers and Appraisers they provide services to people, public and private institutions. They work in real estate, mineral extraction, business and artistic activities, and auctions can be carried out for industries, commerce or services. They work in companies or on their own, in a team and, occasionally, with supervision. The workplace varies from indoors to outdoors or in vehicles and hours are often irregular. They can work in uncomfortable positions for long periods and under pressure. In some situations, the appraiser of movable property is exposed to toxic materials and radiation and the auctioneer to aggression from people during the auction.

What does it take to work in the field of Auctioneers and Appraisers

Professional practice is open to Brazilians over twenty-five years of age who meet the requirements of specific legislation. Workers who perform these occupations have varied education. In general, they complement their training with courses whose duration varies between two hundred and four hundred hours.

Functions and activities of Court assessor

Auctioneers and Appraisers must:

  • capture auctions of movables, immovables and semovables;
  • valuing movables, immovables and semovables;
  • evaluate movable, immovable and immovable property;
  • organize auctions of movable, real estate and semovables;
  • organize auctions of movables, real estate and semovables;
  • disclose movable property auctions;
  • organize movable, immovable and semovable property auctions;
  • store goods;
  • evaluate movables, real estate and semovables;
  • manage auctions;
  • store assets;
  • officialize auctions and technical opinions;
  • capture auctions of movables, real estate and semovables;
  • captar auctions of movables, immovables and semovables;
  • disclose auctions of movable, real estate and semovables;
  • evaluate movable assets, real estate and immovables;
  • disclose auctions of movables, real estate and semovables;
  • evaluate movables, immovables and semovables;
  • evaluate movable, real estate and semovable assets;
  • captar auctions of movables, real estate and semovables;
  • organize movable, real estate and semovables auctions;
  • demonstrate personal skills;
  • evaluate movable assets, real estate and semovables;
  • captar auctions of movable, real estate and semovables;
  • capture movable goods auctions;
  • disclosure of movable, real estate and semovables auctions;
  • evaluate movable assets;
  • captar auctions of movable, real estate and semovable goods;
  • organize auctions of movable, immovable and semovable goods;
  • disclose movable goods auctions;
  • evaluate movable, immovable and semovable assets;

  • Activities

    • show proposal portfolio;
    • write auction regulations;
    • check the origin of the goods;
    • collect information about the property's vicinity;
    • analyze the origin, characteristics and condition of the assets;
    • disclose the conditions of sale of the auction;
    • exhibit insight;
    • issue sales notes;
    • pay fees and charges;
    • require compliance with the conditions of sale;
    • photographing and filming valued assets;
    • examine authenticity of goods through tests and evidence;
    • obtain an authorization letter from the selling investor;
    • control reception and storage of goods;
    • evaluate location and geographical position of real estate;
    • close service agreements;
    • collect information with the property's vicinity;
    • exhibit disinhibition;
    • exhibit lots;
    • demonstrate public speaking skills;
    • demonstrate auditory and visual acuity;
    • arrange for transportation of goods;
    • maintain website;
    • elaborate sales catalogue;
    • determine storage ways;
    • publish auction notices in accordance with the law;
    • convey credibility to the public;
    • identify lots;
    • issue sales notes to buyers;
    • demonstrate basic knowledge about the products to be auctioned;
    • describe the lots;
    • hire support staff;
    • pre-evaluate auction viability;
    • demonstrate notions of financial calculation;
    • consult price lists related to goods;
    • exhibit the lots;
    • evaluate the target audience;
    • capture bids;
    • check the documentation of the assets;
    • discriminate assets;
    • move inventory;
    • create the goods entry order;
    • search the market;
    • quantify lots;
    • issue provisional receipt;
    • offer lots;
    • demonstrate skill in dealing with the public;
    • receive payments for auctioned goods;
    • evaluate land occupation trends around the property;
    • report the auction to the buyer-seller client;
    • give publicity to auctions;
    • consult sales history;
    • demonstrate agility of reasoning;
    • declare sold to the highest bidder;
    • demonstrate persuasiveness;
    • communicate auctions to trade unions;
    • ensure guard and security of movable property;
    • ensure guard and security of movable assets;
    • issue commercial report;
    • report auctions to official bodies;
    • require bail from the bidder;
    • suggest price of goods;
    • create the order of entry of goods;
    • check prices with the market;
    • introduce the auction conditions and rules to the public;
    • register entry and exit of goods in proper books;
    • provide documentation according to the rules of organs inspection bodies;
    • propose the sale of goods at auction to the selling investor;
    • analyze the origin, characteristics and condition of the goods;
    • separate lots;
    • determine location of custody of assets;
    • examine authenticity of property through tests and evidence;
    • communicate the auction to official bodies;
    • prepare the enclosure;
    • show disinhibition;
    • pre-assess auction viability;
    • prepare the final auction report;
    • make information about auctions available in the media;
    • deliver the goods;
    • determine place of custody of goods;
    • computerize operations;
    • register evidence of the appraised property;
    • evaluate location and geographic position of real estate;
    • inspect assets to be auctioned;
    • ensure the integrity of movable property;
    • send direct mail;
    • provide guidance and information to interested parties;
    • attract interested parties to the auction;
    • measure prices with the market;
    • set the place and date of the auction;
    • issue technical report;
    • elaborate inspection report;
    • capture future customer-seller;
    • demonstrate ability to extract information;
    • hire logistical support for the event;

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