He claims to have "kissed the Blarney Stone" twice. Originally from Ireland, but mostly raised in Boston and Maine, Joe now makes his home in South Carolina. You will enjoy hearing about how he built a business of 10 appraisers and is now back down to just himself.
Do you have the same problem Dustin encounters; being relied upon too much around the office? Don't you just wish your employees would do more things on their own? Perhaps this little acronym might help; WWYD
Fannie Mae made an announcement recently concerning unsupervised inspections by trainees. Actually, it was not a new announcement, but a clarification. What does this mean for the appraisal profession moving forward? Craig Morley is here to walk us through it.
What a way to celebrate the 200 episode of the Appraiser Coach Podcast; with an episode about crap. Well, as the saying goes, "Crap Happens," but how do you handle those days that are just, well, crappy?
Picking up where we left off last time, Brian Mathews helps us get a better understanding of USPAP and why we do the things we do as appraisers.
Dustin gets emails weekly from individuals who want to become an appraiser, but cannot find a mentor. If you are in that boat, listen up while Dustin gives you a few tips.
What do you do when the State Board approaches you with a complaint? It is not as unusual as you might think and there are things you should do and things you should not. Tim Andersen is here to guide us through the process.
Dustin just can't let it go! In Episode 185, he attacked the Appraisersaurus's of our profession, but today he hits it again. Just because your business model may be different than mine does not mean you are right and I am wrong. Or does it?