In addition, appraisers that subscribe to the software are eligible to participate in Anow’s closed technology pilot programs and a direct pipeline for sharing feedback with Anow’s development teams.
“Our partnership with Anow gives our members access to technology tools that will help them improve appraisal quality, decrease turn times and streamline the administrative aspects of running an appraisal business,” says Craig Morley, president-elect of the NAA, in a release. “Plus, by inviting NAA members to shape the future of appraisal technology, Anow is helping advance our mission to exert a beneficial influence on the appraisal profession.”
“Anow’s appraisal office management platform helps appraisers stay organized by automating time-consuming tasks such as invoicing, payroll and scheduling, giving them more time for revenue-generating work,” adds Marty Haldane, founder and CEO of Anow. “As a third-generation appraiser, I am empathetic to the challenges appraisers face today. It brings me great pleasure to make life a little simpler for NAA members.”