Appraisers are in a struggling profession. Dustin Harris has discovered a way to buck the current trends and be a successful business owner despite the challenges. In this podcast, he shares his secrets with other appraisers and helps them to be more successful as well.
It can be difficult to remain positive during uncertain times, but Jamie Owen of Cleveland Appraisal Blog is here to give a few tips on how to navigate this crazy world and remain happy. His advice may just save your life!
Principle of Prosperity #1 is to pay yourself 10% of the gross before you pay anyone else.
Change is a hard word to swallow. One thing we know, change is coming to the appraisal world, but what does that look like? Ernie Durbin of Clarocity is here to share some insights on what is on the horizon, and more importantly, what we can do about it.
You have heard Dustin talk about his Principles of Prosperity, but what are they? Over the next several weeks, he will introduce you to some of the guiding truths he uses in his business to find success.
It is has been too long since we caught up with our friend Mark Skapinetz. He is back to talk COVID, PAREA, the future, and positivity.
One story of how asking additional questions can reveal information that may make or break value.
What do you do to keep yourself safe from a "do not use" list? Once you get blacklisted, what is the recourse? Isaac Peck from WorkingRE joins us to talk Blacklisting.
Dustin just celebrated a milestone - no avoidable sugar for a year. What does this process have to do with your appraisal business success?
Tim Andersen joins us again to talk about two items. First the ASB has announced there will be no update to USPAP this coming year. What does that mean for appraisers? Second, can you use help in other states or countries without it being a USPAP violation?
Many appraisers feel like Covid has kept them from the interactions they once had. Though that is true in one sense, in another, there has been more interaction.
In every salary base, there are those working over 60 hours per week and those working less than half that. Dustin explores why that is and what you can do to change it.
Sometimes we come to a raging river in our journey through life or business and think there is no way through. Door #1 is impossible. Door #2 does not look good. There is always a Door #3.
When you use the word “can’t ,” 99.9% of the time it is a synonym for “won’t.” Next time you find yourself using the word can't, change it to won't, and see if it changes your attitude.
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There is a big difference between saying what you believe and who you are. In business, it makes all the difference.
We all have fears. It is part of life. When you voice those fears, however, you will be amazed at how they lose power over you.
Dustin recently purchased a cabin to be used as a Short Term Rental (AirBNB). What affect to STRs have on value? Are these commercial appraisals? We explore today.
Keeping track of your business and the numbers is essential for long term success. Today, Dustin shares a concept he learned from a Mastermind client that will help you keep track.
Tim Andersen joins us again for Dear USPAP instructor. First, we deal with PAREA and the new potential path for appraisers. Also, what about photos?
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