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As technology and regulation expectations have created more red flags and pushback for appraisers, now more than ever a well-written and well-supported report has become a necessity for driving profitability.
Learn about the common errors that can lead to revision requests, along with:
Webinar Sneak Peek
The Appraiser Coach
Dustin Harris is a successful, self-employed, residential real estate appraiser. He has been appraising for nearly two decades. He is the owner and President of Appraisal Precision and Consulting Group, Inc., and is a popular author, speaker and consultant. He also owns and operates The Appraiser Coach where he personally advises and mentors other appraisers helping them to also run successful appraisal companies and increase their net worth. His free podcast can be heard on iTunes and Stitcher.
Chief Staff Appraiser
Wells Fargo Bank
Rick Langdon is the Chief Staff Appraiser for Wells Fargo Bank. Rick has a total of 40 years involved in the Appraisal industry. He has spent the last 35 years with the bank beginning as a staff appraiser and is now responsible for production, service, appraisal quality, and training.
He trained countless appraisers nationwide as the World Savings National Appraisal Training Manager, and has been instrumental in the development of numerous innovative educational courses.
Rick is a General Certified Appraiser, and has appraised in Colorado, California, Florida, and Texas.
As editor of Valuation Review, Mike Holzheimer seeks out the information and announcements pertinent to appraisers. Through in-depth feature stories, He brings to the readers the insights, expertise and opinions from some of the top authorities within the valuation profession. He speaks directly to company CEOs, presidents and chief operating officers who separate fact from fiction allowing appraisers to make informed decisions as it relates to their business. Valuation Review also engages in conversation with appraisers from across the country telling their success stories and what they feel the appraisal profession needs to improve upon.