Free downloadable eBooks to help you succeed
How can I find new sources of appraisal business? What mobile accessories are popular with appraisers? I’m looking to buy a new desktop computer for my appraisal business — what should I buy? We provide appraiser-centric answers to these questions and more in our FREE downloadable eBooks. Simply download any or all of the eBooks below and you’re well on your way to becoming a more efficient and profitable appraiser.
5 Steps to Becoming a Paperless Appraiser
Being paperless is a shift in how you run your business. We'll take you through the 5-step process of becoming paperless.
Making a website can be intimidating. Where do you start? What's important and what isn't? It can be hard to tell without the proper guidelines. But that's where this eBook comes into play.
The ultimate guide to technology for appraisers
Before you make any big purchases, see what kind of laptop, desktop, and mobile devices we recommend for appraisers. You'll also learn what kind of mobile accessories to use during an inspection.
Device buying guide
Appraisers everywhere are using mobile technology to go paperless and boost efficiency. But where do you start? Discover how to pick the best mobile device for
When the mortgage market slows down, many appraisers struggle to stay busy. Learn how to create multiple contact lists that you can market to all year round, so you stay busy no matter what.
Mobile device accessories
You've got your new mobile device. What about the accessories? This eBook recommends the top choices for cases/covers, screen protectors, styli, keyboards, and more.
Solving measuring problems with a DISTO™
Modern appraisers use laser measurers every day. In this guide, you'll learn tips and tricks for getting started and tackling common issues with your DISTO.
PC Buying Guide
There are so many choices when shopping for a new computer. In this guide, we break down hardware specs, laptop benefits vs. desktops, accessories, and more.
Get Paid (on time)
Get tips and advice on accepting payments, keeping track of what you’re owed, and following up on past due accounts.