Marketing and Selling Your Appraisal Services – A New Game Plan The Person Property Appraisal Climate is Changing. The landscape of today’s appraisal business world looks nothing as it did just two years ago.  As the leader of your appraisal company (no matter how big or small) you now face new problems and pressures:    – More […]

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Knowing how to sell and market appraisal services is critical to your success — Especially in today’s economy. James Gamble of Proctor and Gamble made this statement many years ago. No offense to our soap-making friends and clients – – but is it true? How much of the success of any item or service is […]

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Stay ahead of your competition, discover the required USPAP changes, and update your resume with the 2020-2021 USPAP Standard!! Your Instructor, Leon Castner, is the former Director of Education for lSA, and an AQB certified instructor.  Leon will provide you with a clear understanding and test preparation of USPAP, and how it applies to your personal property […]

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Join Brian Kathenes, for an absolutely free, live-stream webinar:“Appraising Autographs, Manuscripts, & Historical Documents – Identifying Phonies, Fakes, Forgeries”  When: September 10th, 2019Time: 8:00PM Eastern time  Sponsored by The Manuscript Society.  Brian will a share some of the most famous and intriguing phonies, fakes, and forgeries in the autograph collecting world.  Brian’s webinars are always lively, interactive, informative, and educational. Discover […]

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2018 – 2019 USPAP Personal Property 7 & 15-Hour Classes You need to stay ahead of your competition, to survive and thrive. Discover the required USPAP changes, and update your resume with the 2018-2019 USPAP Standard!! Your Instructor is Leon Castner. He’s the former Director of Education for lSA, and an AQB certified instructor.  Leon will provide you […]

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(Washington, DC) April 5, 2019— The Appraisal Standards Board, an independent board of The Appraisal Foundation, adopted unanimously the 2020-21 edition of the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) at its public meeting today in Kansas City, Missouri.“The 2020-21 USPAP includes changes that afford appraisers greater flexibility in appraisal reporting,” said 2019 Appraisal Standards […]

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Is the IRS really here to help us and our clients? I think they are, but they still have other responsibilities. As trained and tested appraisers, we create reports that the IRS will rely upon in order to detmerine if an estate has been appropriately valued, or if that donation truly has that much of […]

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