What is appraising like outside the United States? What about appraising in a third world country like Belize? Dustin recently took a "research" trip to Belize to find out. Spoiler Alert: It is much different than appraising in the US.
Where is this profession headed? What are the barriers to entry doing for the future of appraising? David Brauner, Publisher of WorkingRE Magazine, joins us with a survey taken by over 3,500 appraisers across the country to help answer these questions. Some of the answers may surprise you. You can get the survey in the link below and it is not too late to participate and make sure your voice is heard.
We all have busy schedules. Most of the time, Dustin is not near home or the office when it comes to lunchtime. So, what are some healthy choices for fast food for appraisers?
What is it like to be both a home inspector and an appraiser. Lanny balances both, but it is is tricky.
We often take the little things for granted. If you are striving for better efficiencies, planning ahead for bad weather is an important part of the process. What do you do when it is raining outside?
Joe and I are longtime friends. Joe will tell you his story and why he loves technology, maybe even more than Dustin.
Many appraisers want to expand, but they do not have the physical space to do so. Can you really hire, train, and manage appraisal help virtually?
Ann joins us again discussing her article in the recent Appraisal Today on Big Data. We all know that Big Data is here to stay, but Ann tells us why appraiser data is the best kind of data.
We have opened a second Appraiser Mastermind in Chicago! It is almost full (as is our Salt Lake Team), but there is another possible option right now in either Los Angeles or Las Vegas. Listen in to find out what the Dream Team is and why you might want to consider securing your seat.