They say attitude is everything, so why do some appraisers seem to have such bad ones? Dustin explores the challenges facing today's valuation professionals and how choice plays a part in success.
Running a business is hard, but sometimes the most obvious things are overlooked by us. Those small things can make all the difference in our success.
Mark is a colorful guy and it is always a pleasure to have him on. Today, he sounds off on AMCs, fees, and some of the other problems he sees with the appraisal profession. �
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Murray Berg, long time appraiser and member of the Appraiser Coach's Dream Team Mastermind joins us to tell his story. Guess which famous clown's house he appraised?
We spend time in the private domains of individuals. Sometimes, we see or experience embarrassing things. What do you do in those situations? Comment below and let us know what you have seen and what you have done.
Tim is back to teach us a little something about Highest and Best Use. It may be the most important step in the appraisal process. What is it, how do you do it, and what happens if you do it wrong?
A few weeks ago, Dustin described his opinion of the perfect appraiser vehicle. Today, we take a break from the hard hitting stuff to talk about how to organize a vehicle to be as efficient as possible in the appraisal field. Please share your ideas below.
We are all, hopefully, on the watch for identity fraud, but are our appraisal reports considered 'intellectual property?' Should we be copyrighting our reports?