Five ways Titan Office keeps your one man shop running like a well oiled machine.

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Running your own appraisal business means having to be a jack of all trades – but it doesn’t have to mean juggling multiple programs. Lucky for you, you've got Titan Office. It's your one-stop connection point integrated with TOTAL and Titan Reports to access to all your orders, notes, statuses, schedules, and billing from one spot. 

Six ways Titan Office will revolutionize your appraisal office

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Running your own appraisal business means having to be a jack of all trades – but it doesn’t have to mean juggling multiple programs. Lucky for you, you've got Titan Office. It's your one-stop connection point integrated with TOTAL and Titan Reports to access to all your orders, notes, statuses, schedules, and billing from one spot. 

An accidental encounter turns into a lifelong career in the appraisal industry

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Karen Mann is a Certified General Appraiser in Discovery Bay, CA. In her 39-year tenure, Karen has made it her mission to help continue the evolution of the industry – serving on several national and local committees for both the Appraisal Institute and the American Society of Appraisers.

Stuck in a rut? Don't let your busy schedule keep you trapped in a mundane workflow!

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If you’re anything like me, your plate is pretty full and finding any additional time is a miracle. Trying to balance home, work, and customer needs can feel impossible some days.

With inspections due, reports to finish, and bills to pay, it’s easy to stay in your box of tried and true methods to get you through the day. But, what if you could get an expert to show you the shortcuts to a better workflow? That’s why we offer Elite Product Coaching.

Don't worry this isn't a sales pitch.  It's something already included in your Elite Membership. We want you to stay on top of your current to-do list and up-to-date with new solutions. 

Appraisers do it better — using market trends to support opinion of value

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There have been a lot of big announcements in the last few months regarding investor requirements for market trending analysis. USPAP, Fannie, and Freddie are all adamant that appraisers still have to document market trends and neighborhood conditions, but haven't really spelled out what they require to be documented.  

When speaking with appraisers, there was some initial confusion on what was considered a market analysis. A lot of appraisers equate that term with what realtors provide to their customers, but in reality, the term market analysis means so much more.

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