It was a huge honor to speak at AppraiserFest. Here’s some of the stuff from my talk. I look forward to staying in touch and growing together.
Click here to download my presentation. I ask that you would please not post this anywhere online because it’s proprietary for me. I will always honor your original content too. I’ll keep this link live for a few weeks or so.
Appraiser Info Sheet:
Here is the appraiser info sheet I talked about on stage. This has been an incredible resource for agents in my market because it helps them be data-focused when talking to appraisers. Feel free to use this sheet in your market verbatim (or make it better). Please do not cut and past my post verbatim though for your content. I am giving permission for the sheet to be used with attribution, but not to copy my post. If you share it online, please link to me as the creator. Thanks.
Neighborhood Data Sheet:
Here’s a sheet that might be a good beginning point for pulling stats. Feel free to edit the document as you see fit. The one I use is much longer, but I suggest starting small.
This sheet helps me brainstorm post ideas and keep dozens of ideas in front of me at any given time. Use this for a blog, newsletter, Facebook page post ideas, etc… This sheet is a life-saver because it helps me be organized.
I get asked if people can share my content, and the answer is YES, though here’s what I mean (I don’t mean cut and paste entire posts). Here are 5 ways to share. Thanks.
A few market update videos:
I’ve been doing YouTube videos lately to talk through the market, and my plan is to do a big monthly video to help explain the market. I’m using a PowerPoint on my desktop and recording it with Snagit. Please don’t feel like you need to do something deep like this. These are long videos and a result of me studying the market for years (and making graphs for years). These are helping me tell the story of value though, so take what you can from them if you watch. Again, do what works for you and communicate in the way you are comfortable with.
Tanking vs Softening (20 minutes):
Softening trend (13 minutes):
Normal fall season (3 minutes):