18th January 2011

Thank you for Signing Up!

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Thank you for signing up to the Appraiser Marketing System!

You are going to be really glad you did. I really can almost guarantee if you follow the steps that I outline, you will definitely make more money as a real estate appraiser. I have been using these techniques for years, as well as adding a some new ones when it comes to getting the most out of the Appraisal Management Companies.

This system will teach you how to successfully market your Appraisal Business to get more appraisal management offers from multiple AMCs and give you the ability to cherry pick the best assignments.

You will also learn how to get the cream of the crop, estate orders, and hopefully give you the ability to be less reliant on AMC work, possibly moving completely away from the AMCs if there is enough estate work in your area. All it takes is 1 good client to provide tons of estate orders!

I originally tried to make my system available 100% via Email notifications, but this became a problem due to the length of the emails. I also wanted the ability for people to ask questions or to share their experiences. So when you get an email from me, you will eventually need to click on a link which will take you to this website to finish the lesson for that day.

I always want to help out, so if you have any immediate questions, please post it below!  I will answer them as soon as possible.

Thanks again for joining and I will email you within the next week with the start of the Appraiser Marketing System!

If you need work today, please check out my AMC Directory or No-More Middlemen : Non-Lender Marketing Directory.  You can get a great deal when you buy them both inside of the Appraiser Income Store.

Bryan Knowlton



There are currently 33 responses to “Thank you for Signing Up!”

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  1. 1 /*On January 19th, 2011*/, KEN MALLON said:

    Thanks, but are there fees involved?

  2. 2 /*On January 20th, 2011*/, sandiegohelp said:

    Ken,
    There are not fees involved with the Appraiser Marketing System. It would be a good idea to have a good list of appraisal management companies and a website, but it is not required.

    Thanks!

    Bryan

  3. 3 /*On January 20th, 2011*/, KEN MALLON said:

    How do i get contact to some of these management companies?

  4. 4 /*On January 20th, 2011*/, sandiegohelp said:

    Ken,
    You either need to search for them on the internet (very timely and hit or miss strategy), or you can buy a list of appraisal management companies, try searching ‘appraisal management companies directory’ in google, and finally (and the best answer) is to buy our list of over 300 companies, top 40 send me 90% of my work and most, if not all are national vendors. http://www.appraisalmanagementcompanies.org

    Thanks!

    Bryan

  5. 5 /*On January 31st, 2011*/, Jim Boothroyd said:

    Please provide information re how the process works

    Thanks

  6. 6 /*On February 1st, 2011*/, sandiegohelp said:

    Jim,
    The Appraiser Marketing System will help you get more appraisal orders for your business by following the steps involved. There is no purchase required, but I do suggest you at least have a good list of AMCs to sign up to (if you are interested in AMC work) and a website for your company so you can use the appraisal marketing tips to get more estate work. Thanks!

    Bryan

  7. 7 /*On March 17th, 2011*/, Doug said:

    Thank you for the information you emailed. Is there a cost for your service?

  8. 8 /*On March 17th, 2011*/, sandiegohelp said:

    There is no cost for the Appraiser Marketing System. But I do love the feedback! So if you want to pay me with feedback, questions and comments, that would be GREAT!

    Bryan

  9. 9 /*On March 31st, 2011*/, Astrid Monroe said:

    Show me the money!

  10. 10 /*On March 31st, 2011*/, sandiegohelp said:

    I will, just follow the tips and advice you will be receiving weekly!

    Bryan

  11. 11 /*On April 7th, 2011*/, okieappraiser said:

    Tell me more about your website design offer. Feel free to email me if you would like. my current website http://www.brownappraisalservice.com

    Thanks

    Chris

  12. 12 /*On April 7th, 2011*/, sandiegohelp said:

    Chris,
    Your site looks pretty good. It is good that you did not use all the canned content from xsites, that really hurts the websites. But if you want a highly targeted and optimized website, please visit http://www.appraiserwebsites.net and get a new domain name that we can use to target your specific local location. Thanks!

    Bryan

  13. 13 /*On May 5th, 2011*/, ALAN SNYDER said:

    Bryan:
    I already have a website through the Mercury Network but I don’t seem to get any business from it. How can I make my website work for me to get me more business?

  14. 14 /*On May 6th, 2011*/, sandiegohelp said:

    Alan,
    Yeah, the Xsites have a really bad reputation for never ranking in the search engines. They use a very outdated system that is not search engine optimized at all, so if you search for your primary keywords, most likely your website will never show up on Google, Bing or Yahoo. Another big problem is the duplicate text that they place on all their websites. The search engines do not like this and will not rank your website because of it.

    Check out http://www.appraiserwebsites.net for information on getting a top ranking appraiser website.

    thanks!

    Bryan

  15. 15 /*On May 5th, 2011*/, Joseph Monaghan said:

    How do you make money if this site has no fee to join?

  16. 16 /*On May 6th, 2011*/, sandiegohelp said:

    Joseph,
    I make money off of this website by selling my AMC directory and appraiser websites. But they are both very reasonable, are the best out there and I can pretty much guarantee you will make way more than you spend. At the same time, the occasional AMC directory order and appraiser website order helps to keep this website going as well.

    My primary income comes from being a full time Real Estate Appraiser!

    Bryan

  17. 17 /*On May 5th, 2011*/, Thurman Harrison said:

    I do not have a website at this time but if a website would help me get more appraisal work, a website is no problem.

    Please advise.

    Thank you.

  18. 18 /*On May 6th, 2011*/, sandiegohelp said:

    An appraisal website will definitely bring you more business. The only way most customers that need your services these days search for an appraiser by city name. Visit http://www.appraiserwebsites.net to get started.

    thanks!

    Bryan

  19. 19 /*On September 7th, 2011*/, Roy D. Singh said:

    Thank you so very much for taking the time that you do to help the appraisal business. My work load is not what it used to be so I need a few more orders per month to pay my bills. I’ll get my website started in a couple of weeks($$ to come in first). If I can help in any other way please let me know.
    Thanks
    Roy

  20. 20 /*On November 9th, 2011*/, Russell Burgess,Jr. said:

    Sure would like to know how your system works. I had 4 other appraisers working with me 3-4 years ago and was 10 to 15 appraisals behind at any given time. Now, I’m by myself and twiddle my thumbs waiting for orders. Thank the Lord for estate and divorce appraisals. They do help pay some of the bills.

    Thanks, Russell

  21. 21 /*On November 13th, 2011*/, sandiegohelp said:

    Russell, It is mainly all marketing information and a great list of appraisal management companies. Sign up to the newsletter and you will get all the details. Thanks!

    Bryan

  22. 22 /*On December 6th, 2011*/, Tim said:

    Hi Bryan,

    I stumbled on your site and thought I’d ask your opinion about creating a wordpress website for an appraisal business. WordPress is free and it would only cost $20 per year for a domain name and you can update yourself. I do this for my Realtor website.

    The thing is I want to get more non-lending work since I don’t have to deal with an AMC and can ask my own price and not worry about UAD. I plan to begin marketing locally in news website and local attorney offices. But I want a website to go along and I am not sure $20 per month other companies charge for a design and hosting is worth it. What do you think?

  23. 23 /*On December 13th, 2011*/, sandiegohelp said:

    $20.00 a month is pretty inexpensive. If you know the ins and out of SEO and internet marketing then you could just get hosting yourself. I charge $260 a year for a completely built website, search engine optimized. visit http://www.appraiserwebsites.net

  24. 24 /*On February 14th, 2012*/, Tom Stanton said:

    Thank you for speaking with me regarding my Non payment issue with ES Appraisal Services, LLC in Florida. I hope we can get this resolved! Does anyone else out there work with this company?

  25. 25 /*On April 21st, 2012*/, diana said:

    I was very interested in reading your comments and answers. My business has gone downhill real bad. I notice you suggest estate work and divorces, I assume these assignments would come from attornies?? I will be looking into a web site for my business. Thank you,

  26. 26 /*On July 31st, 2012*/, JIM FRADELLA said:

    BRYAN, I’M TRYING TO EXPAND MY APPRAISAL BUSINESS AND JUST STARTING TO CONTACT THE AMC’S 1 BY 1. I’M TRYING TO UNDERSTAND WHAT YOU ARE OFFERING. IS IT YOUR OWN MARKETING PLAN FOR THE APPRAISER TO OBTAIN MORE BUSINESS? IS IT A RANKED LIST OF THE TOP AMC’S FOR APPRAISER’S TO CONTACT? IS IT CREATING A WEB SITE FOR THE APPRAISER? IS IT A PLAN TO OBTAIN ESTATE WORK OR IS IT A COMBINATION OF ALL? HOW DO YOU GET REIMBURSED FOR YOUR MARKETING PLAN? THANKYOU IN ADVANCE FOR YOUR RESPONSE, JIM FRADELLA

  27. 27 /*On September 6th, 2012*/, John Scoone said:

    I am a struggling appraiser. I have a one man shop and appraisal orders take forever to complete, generally 4-6 hours, sometimes higher, for low fees. I have enough work to keep busy, which means 4-5 appraisals a week. I’d like to double my volume and raise my fees, which generally average $200-250. Can you help?

  28. 28 /*On September 10th, 2012*/, sandiegohelp said:

    John,
    I know that feeling. I would definitely check out http://appraisersclub.com as we will be covering all that information on productivity. You definitely want to import most of the public record data and 1004MC in to your appraisal software before you start working on it. You might also consider hiring someone to help you with other aspects. Definitely do not accept work for less than customary and reasonable. Get better AMCs to work with and work on getting more non-lender work.

    Bryan

    Bryan

  29. 29 /*On January 24th, 2013*/, Ken Potocki said:

    Cautious…wondering when the negative unmentioned entity will hit.

  30. 30 /*On February 5th, 2013*/, Judy Crane said:

    I work for a small appraisal company with 4 appraisers. I do the sales and marketing for this company. I listened to the webinar on Jan 22 which was very informative. Can please let me know what software you are using for the Real Estate agents thank you notes with a photo of the appraised house? I love the idea.
    Also can you really sign up and pay monthly for the appraiser club and leave at any time ?
    Your thoughts on our website are appreicated.

  31. 31 /*On February 12th, 2013*/, sandiegohelp said:

    Yes, you can cancel your membership with the AppraisersClub.com at any time. Thank you!

    The software was SendoutCards.com, thank you!

    Bryan Knowlton

  32. 32 /*On March 11th, 2014*/, Jason said:

    Hi Bryan,
    I just recently became Certified and have none of my own clients. I am completely independent (work alone). I just purchased the AMC Directory and No More Middlemen and look forward to reading through it. In reading through this blog you really promote having your own website to pull in new business/clients. Do you recommend having a business name other than your personal name as your business name. Also if I plan to work alone do you recommend being incorporated for any reason other than reducing your liability?
    Respectfully,
    Jason

  33. 33 /*On March 14th, 2014*/, Bryan Knowlton said:

    You have to have a website if you expect to get orders over the internet these days. I would either go with a city or area specific domain name. Incorporating is always a good idea. Check out http://www.appraiserwebsites.com for more information about domain names and getting a website built. Also make sure to check out the Appraiser’s Club – http://appraisersclub.com as a website is included with the cost of membership. Thanks!

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