I am a commercial real estate appraiser and am developing a comprehensive database of commercial properties in my market area. I came across your resume and am impressed with your skills. I'd like to know more about you and your firm. The database will be based off of conveyance records, tax records, and from other sources. The volume of work would be around 40 hours per week and would grow as we expand over coverage area,
Do you have more several people working on these project? I see you have several on going projects. Are your people as proficient as you? Your resume is impressive and I can see us expanding our working relationship as you prove your abilities.
Here is a general outline of our research requirements:
1. Copy the act of sale or conveyance document. Hopefully you have a screen capture utility like Snag-it or some similar type of ultimatum.
2. Combine the capture pages to a single PDF document and name it according to the naming procedure that will be describe in a later email.
3. Put the buyer, seller, sale price, sale date, and legal description in a proprietary database program we will provide.
4. Get the assessment information.
5. Find, if available, the physical information from MLS or other data sources.
6. Get the geo-cooridinates and put them in the database.
This is the basic process. We have more, much more, but this gives you a feel for the starting point. We have several counties that we need to extract data from and will expand as we work together over time.
This will be an on going project and based on what I see in your resume I am hoping we can develop a long term working relationship. Please provide more information about what types of data you have developed for other commercial and residential appraisers,
It's 10pm here and I am about to go to bed. Please reply via email. If you would like to call via Skype I'll send you my contact information once I look over the information you send.