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Be a Forward-Thinking Business Owner

As I teach my business model to individuals across the country, I somewhat frequently encounter appraisers who are offended by my methods for whatever reason. Those who hear me talk about my business model briefly, sometimes think that I am cutting corners and as a result either being. unethical or sloppy. The truth is, technology […]

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Make a Difference in Your Appraisal Business Now

The majority of the business principles that I teach are not a quick fix. They cannot be quickly implemented and then immediately begin yielding positive results. It took me a long time to get my business to where it is now, and I am still, constantly improving it. The truth is, while I hope to

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COD At The Door?

In the past, it was common for appraisers to collect their fees directly from the borrower at the time of the property visit (i.e., at the door).  I would take credit cards, checks, or cash while at the door. Many years ago, this was common. Now, however, that rarely happens and we usually have to

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Appraisers and Phones

It is rare for appraisers to meet potential or existing clients face-to-face. As technology dominates the business world, most, if not all, orders are obtained through email or phone. It is essential for appraisers to have a professional phone presence. Today I am going to give you three tips for sounding professional on the phone.

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Keep Your Appraisal Vehicle Organized

Since we spend so much time in them, let’s talk about your appraisal vehicle.  How organized is it? Does it make you more efficient? Does it help you create value for others? Is it an appraisal tool, or just another thing that’s part of your stuff?   Let’s start with your computer bag.  What’s that?

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Did That Guy Just Take a Picture of My Kids???

I want to talk to you today about something most of us appraisers do on a daily basis – taking comparable photos. Now, I don’t want to get into the whole “Are comps a waste of time? Do they actually serve any purpose?” debate. That’s gone on long enough and it isn’t going to stop

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