I’ve received a couple of these appraisal spam messages recently and I was struck by the audacity of the messaging. Of course this firm could be inferring through the use of poor grammar that this is a good way to get additional work for your appraisal practice.
Still, the “top appraiser” made $25K last year!
In the email marketing piece and the web site there is no mention of competence, experience or quality. The messaging is all about how this firm automates the sign-up process with all the AMC’s that the lucky appraiser gets to work with as well as providing plenty of inspirational discussion about fees, turn times and how quickly the appraiser gets the check.
Still, the “top appraiser” made $25K last year! Yay!