Preparing For The Unexpected

I’ve been known to talk a lot about preparing for the unpredictable. A while back someone asked me a question about it. In essence their question was, “Dustin, how can … Read More

Are you in need of the Grammar Police?

What an opportunity it is to live in the information age. There are so many mind-boggling technological advancements out there and so many educational resources to take advantage of. As … Read More

Mr. Always Right

In the appraisal world, people ask you questions all the time. Some of those questions you can prepare for, and others come completely out of left field. In either scenario, … Read More

That Car Costs How Much per Pound?

There have been many times that I’ve heard of, or experienced myself, when an appraisal is being done, and at some point during the walk-through the agent shows up with … Read More

The Language Barrier

Language is important. We often get so caught up in the moment, so laser-focused on how we feel about something, that we become casual in the verbiage that we use. … Read More

Head, Shoulders, Knees, and … Shoes?

Let’s talk about shoes.            Now I know, you may not expect businessmen and professionals to talk about shoes. Surely, they have more important things to think about. Nevertheless, the … Read More