After Episode 175, Don wrote in with a question; how can he start to change his appraisal business for the better right now? Today, Dustin gives some practical ways you can begin saving time and making more money as an appraiser.
What is it like to participate in the biggest valuation professionals conference in the world? Let's hear from a few participants.
At the Valuation Expo 2016, Dustin sat down with Joan Trice (Alterra Group) to talk about the future of appraising. As head of the CRN, she is in a unique position to hear from the movers and shakers of our profession and where it is headed.
Dustin is constantly being contacted by appraisers who are struggling to find any time to even have a life anymore. A better life is possible. Dustin's appraisal business is set up so he can have as much freedom as possible. Here is what it looks like.
Staying in constant contact with the appraisal office is important to not only the day to day routine, but in order to keep things flowing productively. Today, Dustin discusses why communication is so essential and gives a few tips on how to better keep in contact with your employees and the office environment.
Nancy Vischer is from the land of 10,000 lakes and has a crazy story to tell about how she got from where she was to owning an appraisal business as a Certified Residential. Plus, she is fun to listen to.
Dustin is big on technology, but what if that tech is doing you a disservice? Do some appraisers rely too much on the computer and not enough on their own brains?
There are some BIG changes proposed for the way appraisers are trained and obtain their license and certifications. Right now, the proposals are in the comment period. Listen as Isaac Peck from WorkingRE Magazine gets us up to date and then sound off:
Employees need to feel like they are well taken care of. That does not have to cost a lot to the employer. Here are a few ideas.