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.
Principle of Prosperity #12 is that your integrity will ultimately lead to your success or failure. You might get ahead in the short term cutting corners, but your integrity will always catch up to you.
Today, Dustin is joined by a unique guest - his daughter. CaRynn Harris joins the Appraiser Coach as they kick back and talk about some funny things they have heard in an appraisal office.
Principle #11 is the law of magnification. When you focus on a thing, things automatically start to happen in your life to bring them more fully to you. Yes, it sounds corny, but the principle is true.
It is becoming an unfortunately too frequent a thing; appraisers being accused of bias. Is there some truth it these allegations? What are appraisers to do? Dustin gets real on the topic of appraiser bias.
Principle of Prosperity #10 is the law of averages. When you understand how things cycle, you understand out to beat the market.
Now, read that word again, because it is not the word you think it is. Friend of the program, Diana Jacob is here to talk about our relevance as valuation professionals.
Principle of Prosperity #9 is that people will subconsciously expand or contract work to fit the time allotted.
Principle of Prosperity #9 is sometimes referred to as the Parkinson’s Principle. It is that we will work within the time allotment given.
Appraisers sometimes get frustrated with, what appears to be, a lack of education and understanding coming from their clients. But what training actually occurs behind the scenes. Josh Walitt, of Wallit Solutions is here to share some behind the curtain information.
Principle of Prosperity #8 is that most of our success will come from a focussed 20% of our efforts.
Bryan Reynolds, Appraiser eLearning is on again with Dustin talking communication. Why should appraisers be connected with other appraisers and what is the best way to do so?
Principle of Prosperity #7 is that we excel when we can spend time doing what we are passionate about. Some would call this their mission in life.
About a year ago, Ryan Lundquist and I sat down in episode 531 to talk about what the Pandemic would do to the real estate market and to real estate appraisers. Today, we sit down again to see what came true and what did not. More importantly Ryan gives some great wisdom on how to study a crazy market and give professional analysis.
Principle of Prosperity #6 is the Law of Delegation and teamwork. Working together, you can achieve more than working alone.
What if you want to buy an appraisal business, but do not have the money up front to do it? Better yet, what if you have a buyer who doesn't have the capital to make it work? Matt Dolsky, Byline Bank, joins us with some creative solutions.
Principle of Prosperity #5 is to utilize technology to make you more efficient.
Craige Morely joins us gain to talk about the changes coming to the appraisal world and teach us how we can get prepared.
Principle of Prosperity #4 is that when value is given, individuals reward that value with money.
Joining us again is the Editor of WorkingRE Magazine, Mr. Issac Peck. Today Isaac sits down with Dustin Harris as they discuss the article Appraiser Waivers: The Future Is Here.
Principle of Prosperity #3 is to understand what money is. Jealousy surrounding money falls away when we start to understand what it is and how it works.
As a mentor for appraisers, Blaine Feyen and Dustin have a unique vantage point. We hear, firsthand, what appraiser are dealing with. So what is on the mind of appraisers today? What are their fears and successes? Blaine (Real Value Podcast) joins Dustin today to talk shop.
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