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DKAYTES

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I have been getting calls from some clients wanting me to do assignements for them in areas of PA that I don't cover. This week I got 4 calls for areas I don't cover ie: Poconos, Pittsburgh area Erie and Harrisburg. I cover the 5 counties around Philadelphia, Northern Delaware and Southern NJ. I have been thinking of starting a network of people that we can trust and rely on that produce good work product that we can do a fee split with back and forth. Any interests or thoughts on the idea?
 

jnordquist

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I DO PITTSBURGH, BUT I'M TIED UP FOR A MONTH ON SOME INVESTOR STUFF. EVERY NOW AND THEN I GET A CALL FOR PHILLY WHICH OBVIOUSLY I DON'T COVER. SEND ME AN EMAIL TO [email protected]
 

vremsing

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WE HANDLE PHILLY,DE.CHEST,MONT,BUCKS,BERKS,LEHIGH,NORTHAMPTON.AND WOULD ALSO LIKE TO HAVE A NETWORK IN PLACE LET ME KNOW THANKS VINCE. [email protected]
 

Ed Falkowski MAI SRA

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It's amazing to me how many appraisers have no idea where the "CAPS LOCK" button is on their keyboards. :icon_mrgreen: Why do a lot of appraisers do that? Is that taught somewhere in Principles/Procedures? If so, I'm glad that I slept through that part of the class. :laugh:
 

Annelle

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I do know some that prefer the upper case, because they feel it is easier to read for those who have failing eyesight.
 

Ed Falkowski MAI SRA

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I do know some that prefer the upper case, because they feel it is easier to read for those who have failing eyesight.

Well, I have 20/20 eyesight and it's making me go blind. :Eyecrazy:

I should write in each of my reviews: "I recommend that the original appraiser take a class with Dr. Alan Blankenship, PhD in order to learn propery writing style, puncuation, grammar, etc. in order to assist any reader of this report in their understanding of the appraisal methodology employed." (i.e. if you can't read it, how in the h3ll are you supposed to understand it??).

I don't think that would go over too well, though... :icon_mrgreen:
 

vremsing

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you should review your spelling

I guess you have nothing better to do then audit and review other peoples writing skills. Maybe i just like caps.:new_2gunsfiring_v1:
 

jnordquist

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I Type Faster In Caps And I Like It.

Now Back To The Subject At Hand

Allegheny, Beaver Butler, And Lawrence Counties
Some Parts Of Washington, Westmoreland
 

ARRE

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Pennsylvania
We cover Lycoming, Clinton, Northumberland, Sullivan, Union, Snyder, Montour, Columbia Counties.
 

Betterra

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Pennsylvania
Hey I also work in Northumberland, Union, Snyder, Montour and Columbia counties.....You must do some traveling with the extra three counties.. Just wanted to say hey.
 
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