Dave Davis, the incoming president of the San Diego Chapter of the Appraisal Institute, said good commercial appraisers should have plenty to keep them busy during the downturn.
Davis, who is settling into offices in El Cajon only about half the size of those he had in Rancho Bernardo, said his downsizing is as much due to the fact that he is transforming paper files into electronic data storage as it is the downturn in the economy.
Davis also said he doesn't believe universal access to data has threatened his livelihood.
"Contrary to fears about technology, it hasn't forced appraisers out of business," Davis said.
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