Jun 27, 2018
Are you prepared for an office emergency? What would you do if you lost a key employee or could not work yourself for a few weeks? Dustin explores the concept of triage and how to apply the same principles to an appraisal office.
Jun 24, 2018
Appraisers, our jobs are changing. Three comps and done is no longer acceptable. More and more of our clients are requiring more than just subjective adjustments with some explanation. Mark Stockton of MR Technology Holdings LLC, is here to discuss one such tool. If you are interested in contacting Mark, call...
Jun 20, 2018
No, they don't. Dustin gives his opinion on this very controversial topic; specifically as it has to do with third party inspections.
Jun 17, 2018
A new series fielding your USPAP (and related) questions with Tim Andersen, MAI and USPAP instructor. Some appraisers have "additional certifications" in their reports. Do those have to be signed as well, or is it okay to just have them in a signed report. When you are subpoenaed, do you have to testify and can you...
Jun 13, 2018
In the shipping world, there are boat captains and there are harbor pilots. Ernie Durbin joins us today to explain the difference. There is a huge difference. Things are shifting in the appraisal world and it is time to decide what you want to be; a captain or a pilot. Hint: The pilot makes more money.