25th March 2011

Welcome to Appraiser Income

Wow, what a crazy end of 2015! I have been so crazy slammed with work.  Last year when I made this video, it all kinda dried up.  If you are in need of work, please watch this video and make sure you sign up to my Appraiser Marketing System!

If you would like to know a little bit more about me and why I write this blog, please visit this post A little about me – Bryan Knowlton

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23rd June 2016

Sam Heskel: Appraisers Are Badly In Need Of A Raise

PERSON OF THE WEEK: Sam Heskel is CEO of Nadlan Valuation, a Brooklyn, N.Y.-based appraisal management company (AMC). MortgageOrb recently interviewed Heskel to discuss the most pressing issues and challenges facing the appraisal industry today.

Q: There’s been a lot written about an appraiser shortage. Does it really exist, and how serious is it?

Heskel: It’s definitely real. The vast majority of appraisers are nearing retirement age, and there aren’t enough new people coming into the industry to replace them. According to the Appraisal Institute, nearly two-thirds of appraisers are age 51 or older, 24% are between 36 and 50, and only 13% are 35 or younger. In addition, a lot of those who are working are simply getting burned out. Increased regulations are part of the problem.

Then there’s the problem of compensation. Regulations and guidelines enacted since the mortgage meltdown have added many additional requirements for appraisers, yet their fees have not gone up accordingly. So some experienced appraisers are fed up with the situation – they’re getting out or retiring. For the same reasons, it’s not an attractive field to get into for younger people. Becoming an appraiser today is a lot harder than it used to be. There’s more education and licensing required. As more appraisers retire or leave the business, not enough new people are coming in to replace them. Also, nowadays lenders won’t accept work from appraisal apprentices. If you want to become an appraiser, you need to put in two years as an apprentice. It has become more difficult to find a company willing to take on and train an apprentice for 24 months, especially when the appraisal reports cannot be submitted to a lender.

Q: What places are impacted most by the shortage?

Heskel: Rural areas seem to be affected more than the big cities. We’re already seeing a shortage in some areas. There are just not enough appraisers to go around, and they have a big area to cover. This will have a real impact on the mortgage and home buying industries. Closings will be delayed, maybe by several weeks, depending on the area. This problem is exacerbated during the spring and summer months because housing sales go up, so appraisers are busier.

Q: Why are appraisal fees increasing?

Heskel: Part of the reason is the appraiser shortage. Already, we’re seeing appraisers in some rural areas charging $800 for an appraisal, which is about double what lenders are usually willing to pay.

Secondly, appraisers are badly in need of a raise. It’s long overdue – and fully justified. Many haven’t gotten a raise in about 15 years, even though their workload, responsibilities and liabilities have grown. There’s a lot more regulation, too, and its resultant liability. The Dodd-Frank law and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau are certainly beneficial, but ensuring compliance with them adds to appraisers’ costs because it takes longer to complete a compliant, quality report.

Let’s not forget that another party has been added to the process – namely AMCs – to manage the entire appraisal process. Appraisers do the actual, on-site property inspection and valuation, while AMCs, such as Nadlan, protect all parties to the deal – the lender, the buyer and the seller – by vetting each appraiser to ensure the appraisal is performed by the best-equipped professional for the particular property. We then review the quality and accuracy of the appraiser’s work, track and manage the data on the properties they appraise, and make sure they’re in compliance with all national and state regulations.

Because of our work, appraisal reports can be turned around faster and with more accuracy, which benefits both home buyers and lenders. We recognize the hard work that appraisers do, so we are considering a new payment policy for our appraisers. Appraisers who complete their appraisal reports within the agreed-upon time will be paid by Nadlan within seven to 10 days, following revisions and reviews.

Q: What are the biggest challenges you face with the mortgage lenders that hire you, and how do you resolve them?

Heskel: Lenders and borrowers hate surprises. The consumer is willing to pay $300,000 to buy a home, but the appraisal comes in at only $280,000. The buyer is naturally upset because he thinks it will cost him the deal, and of course the lender, our client, is also upset. This is where our approach makes a difference. If the property appraises short of the contract price, we communicate with all of the parties involved.

The same goes for refinances, which can often have even a bigger disconnect between home owner estimates and the actual appraised value because there isn’t a real estate agent involved. The borrower estimates his home is worth $700,000, and the appraisal comes in at $450,000. Borrowers can be unrealistic when it comes to estimating their homes’ value. They blame it on the appraiser and the lender.

I advise people to do some research to make sure they’re realistic. We try to educate lender clients on the rules of appraisals and the things we look for so the lender better understands them. We provide a checklist to lenders and mortgage brokers to share with their sales teams, real estate agents and borrowers. Ultimately, it results in less disappointment and aggravation on everyone’s part.

Q: What sets Nadlan apart from other AMCs and appraiser companies?

Heskel: It’s the simple human touch and our superior service. Clients can reach me at almost any time of the day.

Nadlan started out mainly working with small- to medium-size banks so we would be able to deliver personalized service. Today, we’ve expanded, and we’ve carried over with that same approach to the larger lenders. We provide the same personalized service, no matter what size the lender is.

Our appraisal reports are accurate. Everything starts with getting the right appraiser to look at the property, and we feel that we have the best appraisers in the industry. Each of our appraisers is pre-screened and certified in his or her region. Reports are then sent through the most up-to-date software to ensure they are compliant with all national and regional regulations. We then go one step farther and review the final report manually to make sure everything is completely accurate. Underwriters appreciate the time they save, knowing that an expert has already reviewed the report for accuracy and validity.

Lenders also appreciate that we turn around appraisal reports faster and with more scrutiny than most other AMCs. They like anything that will help expedite the transaction for their borrowers, and Nadlan does that. Ultimately, with our approach, our lender clients know that we care.

Q: What is your forecast for the housing market, especially in the New York tri-state area where you are located?

Heskel: In New York City, the housing market is strong. There’s only so much available real estate, and that keeps prices high. In Manhattan and the other four boroughs, real estate will continue to be strong. The high-end luxury condo market in Manhattan has flattened slightly, but that market overall still remains very strong.

There’s an interesting story unfolding in the borough of Brooklyn, where some of the northern neighborhoods, including Williamsburg and Bushwick, have become very hot with rising rents and home prices. But that could change. The Metropolitan Transit Authority announced a few months ago that it is planning an 18-month to 24-month renovation on the L Train, the subway that transports Bushwick and Williamsburg residents into Manhattan and back home again. It may have a big impact on rental prices and, ultimately, home prices in that area.

Although work isn’t expected to begin until late 2018 or 2019, some real estate experts are even now bracing for the impact such a move would have on commercial, multifamily and residential housing, especially in hot spots such as Williamsburg and Bushwick. We’ll be watching the developments carefully.

 

repost from: http://www.mortgageorb.com/sam-heskel-appraisers-are-badly-in-need-of-a-raise

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31st May 2016

Navigating California’s Laws and Regulations

4 Hours CE: $79
(Required coursework: Meets BREA Laws and Regs requirement)

OREP Member Price: $49
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Navigating California’s Laws and Regulations

Presented By: Brian Mathews

Do you fully understand the latest California laws and regulations as they relate to appraisal? The Competency Rule of USPAP requires that an appraiser know and understand the laws and regulations that apply to a given assignment. Satisfy your CE requirement and become a more confident,
successful appraiser.

Instructor Brian Mathews, an appraiser for 35+ years and an AQB Certified USPAP Instructor since 2005, shows you the state and federal regulations that you need to be aware of to stay out of trouble. Mathews takes a down-to-earth approach in explaining exactly what you need to know. Learn the current terminology, agencies, and requirements that will help you be a better appraiser. This course is hot off the presses and filled with the latest information on state and federal regulations.

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27th May 2016

Just in time for Memorial Day – Marketing Guides and Directories

UPDATED: JANUARY 02, 2016

2016 Appraisal Management Company Directory
Fully Updated for 2016

    • Now With over 200 AMCs Listed
    • TOP 41 on the list send me 90% of all appraisal orders
    • TOP 10 on the list are my BEST clients
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Published by a full time Real Estate Appraiser

Do you want more appraisal orders? Are you looking to recession proof your appraisal business by getting more Estate and FHA appraisal requests? Have you signed up to appraisal management companies and are still not getting any offers from the AMCs? Do you need a GOOD list with all the bad guys removed?

Don’t Hesitate! If you have any questions please contact me any time during the day! email me at bryan@appraiserincome.com and I will get back to you immediately!!!

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Honestly, most of us hate working for the appraisal management companies but want to stay in business… But are you doing AMC orders full time? Are you making $8,000 – $12,000 per month?

On average I make over $12,000 a month doing Estate Appraisals ordered off my top ranking website and completing orders for appraisal management companies. I update the list frequently and now I can easily say more than 90% of my AMC work comes from the top 41 vendors. They also offer the most competitive rates and turn around times.

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Chapters Include:
– Maximize orders with Appraisal Management Companies
– The AMC Application Process
– Links to online applications and emails
– List of Common Errors to Avoid
– Vendor Specific AMC Requirements
– Ordered by which companies that SEND ORDERS!
Bonus Chapters Included:
– Recession Proof Your Appraisal Business for the future
– Appraisal Company Marketing and how to maximize income
– Top Revenue Generating Techniques for 2016
– Maximizing Internet Orders through a top ranking website
– FHA Checklist and common errors to avoid

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25th May 2016

How to Support and Prove Your Adjustments

7 Hours CE: $119

OREP Member Price: $99
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Testimonials
“I truly want to produce the highest quality appraisals possible and your classes have finally given me to tools and ideas to make that possible.”Jackie Cox

“Why wasn’t this taught years ago?”Jackie Henry

“It was a great class, now I need to redo all my reports for the last 30 years!”Sharon

Presented By: Richard Hagar, SRA

Online CE
Take this course at your own schedule!

Will support for your adjustments hold up under scrutiny? How do you determine the right adjustment?

Regulations now require that appraisal adjustments cannot be based upon an appraiser’s opinion. Failure to provide proof and analysis to support your adjustments can mean a rough road from now on: state board complaints, license revocation, panel removal, lawsuits.

And learn how to avoid Fannie Mae’s bad side: Fannie Mae states that the number one reason appraisals are flagged is the “use of adjustments that do not reflect market reaction.”

So get smart(er) and stop taking the same old CE courses. Learn something relevant to today’s business environment. This legendary course taught by Richard Hagar, SRA shows you the accepted methods of providing supportable adjustments. Up your game, avoid time-consuming callbacks and earn approved CE today!

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• Master adjustment methods using the Cost, Income, and Sales Comparison Approaches
Improve your skillset, increase your income by producing a better product and avoid judgment day with this new CE offering.

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26th April 2016

Webinar on Marketing your Appraisal Business – FREE

This Free Appraiser Training Will Teach You…

-> How to make your appraisal business STAND OUT!
-> The best appraisal management companies to work with
-> How to do marketing for non-lender work
-> How to be found in your local area online… and why that’s so important
-> Websites: How to set yours up so you can get found in the search engines
-> The right way to build your list and do follow-up (and how to automate a huge percentage of it!)
-> How to build relationships that will send you an endless stream of leads
-> How to use direct mail effectively (i.e. without losing money!)
-> The fastest and easiest way to get #1 rankings in Google (just wait until you see what we were able to accomplish for other appraisers!)
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-> How you doing LESS work can actually grow your business 10x faster
-> And much, much more!

Register Now For The Next Webinar – we’ll see you there!

Bryan Knowlton

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24th April 2016

College Degree Requirement Misguided

by David Brauner, Publisher, http://workingre.com

I know about half of you disagree but the college degree requirement for Certification was a wrong turn for the industry. To its credit the Appraisal Foundation (TAF) is on the right track in trying to find a way out of the corner it has painted the profession into but it doesn’t look like it intends to go far enough in fixing the problem. As we all know by now, veteran appraisers as well as newbies can be licensed without a college degree but not Certified. Because so much of the business today depends on being Certified, not holding that license level can be a very limiting condition indeed: it disqualifies appraisers from most AMC and lender panels and excludes them from working for the FHA. A lack of opportunity has driven many good appraisers from the business and for the first time in a long time, there is a shortage of new appraisers entering the profession. This is not good news.

Without new vitality to innovate the profession, it will wither and die. Lenders will create alternative solutions that combine big data and low-fee “property inspections” for all but the most unique properties to replace appraisers. To the current “shortage” of appraisers you may be shouting “Hallelujah!” while you enjoy some long-overdue increases in your fees. But if you’re really honest with yourself you must agree that a college degree is no predictor of good work or good behavior (there are far too many examples from our profession and others that make that statement sadly ridiculous). Training, testing and time can separate the wheat from the chaff when combined with consistent enforcement. Effective oversight will identify repeat violators and patterns to reveal who won’t or can’t adopt accepted techniques or who refuse to play by the ethical rules. We all agree these types should be expunged from the ranks but a college degree does not guarantee competency or ethical behavior: so what is it about?

 
The college degree requirement seems more like a forced attempt at elevating the status of the profession by closing the club, and that strikes me as elitist. Not everyone has the opportunity, resources or aptitude to attend and/or flourish in college. Some very smart people just don’t learn via traditional education methods. And holding up the education requirements of other professions like attorneys, doctors and CPAs just does not hold water. An accountant is a more apt comparison and while a college degree is recommended, it is not required to become an accountant, nor is it to become an engineer, software developer, airline pilot or journalist for that matter. A recent letter from a reader points out that a degree is not even required to be President of the United States! The requirement is even more dubious when you consider that a degree in any subject passes muster for becoming a Certified Appraiser, no matter how unrelated (think French Literature for instance), while someone with the skills to flourish in this business would be shut out for all intents and purposes without a degree.

The folks at TAF tell WRE that they are looking into alternative paths to Certification for veteran appraisers with “a track record of professional (appraisal) experience.” That’s very good but not good enough. The college degree requirement for new appraisers ought to be replaced by some combination of education, coursework and testing so that a whole new generation of young, smart and tech-savvy entrepreneurs has a chance to contribute to the profession, whether they are cut out for college or not. Many young candidates will be your sons or daughters or grandchildren. Are they all destined to graduate college? Like you, they should be able to enjoy a profession that allows them to be their own boss while making an honest living and a valuable and rewarding contribution to their community. To dig in on this issue and leave the college degree requirement in place for prospective appraisers without any reasonable path to Certification risks the future of the profession and turns away many men and women who could add to its legacy.

 
TAF believes there is no opposition to the college degree requirement among appraisers. Whether you agree or not, you can share your opinion and feedback with Working RE’s new Future of Appraisers Survey. We will publish the results for all to see, whatever you decide.

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22nd April 2016

Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg Lenders Are Getting Choosier When It Comes to Risky Real Estate Deals

Lenders are getting stingier when it comes to funding risky U.S. real estate developments, putting pressure on landlords in need of fresh funding to keep their projects afloat.

Banks are proceeding with caution as the specter of slowing economic growth rattles financial markets and shakes investor confidence in a six-year recovery that’s helped lift property values to records. Lenders are going to be more selective and discriminating as the year progresses, said Mark Myers, the head of the commercial real estate business at Wells Fargo & Co., the largest U.S. commercial-property lender.

“We’re getting late in the cycle,” Myers said in a phone interview. “If the economy continues to grow ever so slowly, demand for commercial real estate will continue to grow ever so slowly. To the extent that the economic climate goes in the wrong direction, it’s going to have an impact on demand for commercial real estate.” …continue reading the rest of this post: Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg Lenders Are Getting Choosier When It Comes to Risky Real Estate Deals

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21st April 2016

2016 Appraisal Management Company Directory Available

UPDATED: JANUARY 02, 2016

2016 Appraisal Management Company Directory
Fully Updated for 2016

    • Now With over 200 AMCs Listed
    • TOP 41 on the list send me 90% of all appraisal orders
    • TOP 10 on the list are my BEST clients
    • Money Back Guarantee

 

Published by a full time Real Estate Appraiser

Do you want more appraisal orders? Are you looking to recession proof your appraisal business by getting more Estate and FHA appraisal requests? Have you signed up to appraisal management companies and are still not getting any offers from the AMCs? Do you need a GOOD list with all the bad guys removed?

Don’t Hesitate! If you have any questions please contact me any time during the day! email me at bryan@appraiserincome.com and I will get back to you immediately!!!

2016 APPRAISAL MANAGEMENT COMPANY DIRECTORY

200+ VERIFIED Appraisal Management Companies Listed!

Honestly, most of us hate working for the appraisal management companies but want to stay in business… But are you doing AMC orders full time? Are you making $8,000 – $12,000 per month?

On average I make over $12,000 a month doing Estate Appraisals ordered off my top ranking website and completing orders for appraisal management companies. I update the list frequently and now I can easily say more than 90% of my AMC work comes from the top 41 vendors. They also offer the most competitive rates and turn around times.

This book lays out all the details on how to get signed up with the appraisal management companies and information on creating top ranking websites. Order the book today and you will receive a free search engine optimized website built by internet marketing specialists. All the details are in the AMC Directory.

APPRAISAL MANAGEMENT COMPANIES BLOW – BUT YOU CAN DO WELL USING THEM

 

Chapters Include:
– Maximize orders with Appraisal Management Companies
– The AMC Application Process
– Links to online applications and emails
– List of Common Errors to Avoid
– Vendor Specific AMC Requirements
– Ordered by which companies that SEND ORDERS!
Bonus Chapters Included:
– Recession Proof Your Appraisal Business for the future
– Appraisal Company Marketing and how to maximize income
– Top Revenue Generating Techniques for 2016
– Maximizing Internet Orders through a top ranking website
– FHA Checklist and common errors to avoid

90% of my work come from the first 41 on my list!Get Started Today!

appraisal management companies

Online AMC Directory Available through a membership with the
Private Appraisers Club – http://www.appraisersclub.com

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20th April 2016

Appraisers Win $36 Million Class Action

by Isaac Peck, Editor
On January 19, a federal judge in Orange County, CA approved a $36 million settlement between Landsafe Appraisal Services, Inc., a subsidiary of Bank of America (BoA), and 369 current and former appraiser employees. The award amounts to roughly $100,000 per appraiser, before attorney’s fees of 33 percent.

The lawsuit, originally filed in 2013 (See Appraisers Entitled to Overtime, Court Holds), alleges that BoA erroneously applied the “administrative” and “professional” exemptions to in-house staff appraisers and failed to pay them overtime.

A press release issued by employment and civil rights attorney Bryan Swartz, counsel for the plaintiffs, states that “In approving the settlement, at the hearing, the court noted that as a result of the lawsuit, the new owner of Landsafe – CoreLogic – has begun paying all appraisers overtime.”

Ethel Joann Parks of Manteca, California, one of four the named plaintiffs that is to receive an additional $25,000 for her time and effort in pursuing this litigation, says she frequently worked from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. and decided to step forward because she felt that the bank failed to treat her and other appraisers “as human beings” with “family and personal needs that should be acknowledged.”

Parks says she feels vindicated by this lawsuit and the exceptional relief obtained on behalf of the class. “I hope it will force banks and appraisal management companies throughout the country to reconsider pressuring their staff appraisers to work long hours without paying overtime,” says Parks.

Swartz, lead counsel for the 369 appraiser class members, says the judgement not only provides meaningful compensation to hundreds of people, but he hopes it will lead to industry change for many thousands more.

One of the keys to success in this case, according to Swartz, was that the lead appraiser plaintiffs in the suit refused to quit. “First and foremost, our clients had the courage to step forward with their claims, and to stick with them for years. Next, we were able to avoid arbitration and stay in court with a thoughtful and fair-minded judge who had both the inclination and the ability to weigh the evidence carefully and make the right decision,” says Swartz.

In terms of the effect that the settlement will have on the appraisal industry, Swartz says he believes that AMCs with staff appraisers have significant exposure if they are not paying their appraisers and reviewers overtime and other required wages of non-exempt employees. “My firm hopes to find appraisers who – despite companies now clearly knowing the risk of liability – are denied appropriate overtime and other premiums, and ensure that they get paid what they are owed,” says Swartz.

“Employers take grave risks by cutting corners, and not fairly compensating their employees in tune with state and federal law. My firm and many others, including my co-counsel, are working to end wage theft in the economy…quickly,” says Schwartz. Click here for the Settlement Order.

The case is Terry P. Boyd et al. v. Bank of America Corp. et al., case number8:13-cv-00561, in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California.

Bryan Schwartz Law is co-counsel with Schonbrun Desimone, of Los Angeles, in the case. He can be reached at bryan@bryanschwartzlaw.com.

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18th April 2016

Get More Non-Lender Work – Create a mailing list

No More Middlemen

 

Like many appraisers I have seen a very significant decline in AMC orders over the past few months. I have been kicking myself in the butt for not getting started on my marketing to Attorneys, bail bond companies and credit unions prior to the interest rates going up.

Luckily I have a steady stream of attorney work that keeps me busy due to having a good contact management system in place and a steady client base of bail bond companies that refer their customers to me.

In this book I have detailed the steps that I take to create an inexpensive mailer to get more work from credit unions, attorneys and bail bond companies as well as the systems I use to continually get more referral work from all my past clients.

This is an incredible resource to those appraisers that are really looking to learn how do market your appraisal company and build up your client base so you don’t have to deal with seasonal and economic slow downs. This kind of work never goes away!

Possibly one of the most valuable aspects of this book is the spreadsheets that include:


2016 Appraiser Marketing Guide and List of 11.000+
Direct Lenders, Credit Unions and Bail Bond Companies
 
Spreadsheets included with the Directory:

9500+ Credit Unions
650+ Direct Lenders
350+ Bail Bond Companies

Chapters Include:

  • How To Use the Spreadsheets Included With This Book
  • Will Rising Interest Rates Affect Your Appraisal Business?
  • Getting Off The Appraisal Management Company Roller Coaster Ride for Good
  • How to Market to Attorneys, Bail Bond Companies, Direct Lenders and Credit Unions
  • Step-by-Step Instructions to Make a Postcard Mailer From Card Design to Mailing
  • How To Get Low Cost Mailing Lists Made Targeting Local Divorce and Bankruptcy Attorneys
  • Tested Methods on How To Get More Referral Work From Past and Existing Clients
  • How to get a FREE Local Listing in Google and Optimize it for Best Results

You are going to especially love the Bail Bond marketing information. These orders are amazing and I have been focusing a lot of my efforts to getting more of their referrals. Why?

When I am referred a customer, I quote 3 fees. I base my first fee off of complexity of the appraisal. Lets say it is a standard tract home in San Diego. I quote them $400 and will inspect within 2 working days and have the appraisal report back to them within 2 days. The second fee is to inspect within 24 hours and have back within 24 hours for $800, and finally a same day inspection and deliver of the appraisal is $1200.

Which one do you think the client wants when they are trying to get a loved one out of jail? 75% of the time it is the $1200 fee for a simple tract home appraisal.

But you do have to follow up to keep these clients, and I have listed all the techniques I use to stay in contact with these clients so the work doesn’t go away.

This resource is jammed packed with information and the spreadsheets are 100% sortable by state to make it easy to create your postcard and do your mailing as noted in Chapter 5: Step-by-Step Instructions to Make a Postcard Mailer From Card Design to Mailing

The next chapter lays out the steps I use to get a massive list of Attorneys in my market area by an inexpensive virtual assistant.

Take the time today to order my New Book & Directory – No More Middlemen – Full Fee & Appraisal Managment Free : 2014 Appraiser Marketing Guide and List of 3400+ Direct Lenders, Credit Unions and Bail Bond Companies and finally get off the crappy appraisal management company roller coaster ride for good!

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Bryan Knowlton
Appraiser Income
http://www.appraiserincome.com

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