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Looking Back and Looking Forward

March 6, 2013

It was just shy of three years ago when the National Equipment and Business Builders (NEBB) Institute made its debut into the blogging world. Since then we’ve had the opportunity to blog about all manner of topics connected to the machinery and business appraisal world — why attorneys need a CMEA, USPAP: the hypothetical and the extraordinary, and performing complex auction appraisals, just to name a few. We’ve also added a lot of new fans and readers over that time, so before we move forward, we’d like to introduce ourselves and our blog once again to those who might not be overly familiar with NEBBI.

Those who already know our organization know about our belief in the importance of professional education and stricter financial controls in appraising, and our conviction that the role small businesses play in the U.S. economy is a vital one. NEBBI’s primary goal is to support those beliefs by guiding professionals who are new to machinery and equipment appraisal and brokerage, and keeping veterans abreast of what’s new in the industry. With this blog, we provide updates about the industry, as well as advice and opinions, and we hope that you’ll respond with a few opinions of your own. We’re always excited to provide this information, and we’re also equally excited to hear from you – this site has become an interactive forum for appraisal professionals, and we hope it continues to be well into the future.

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The NEBB Institute endorses and strives to observe the highest standards of professional ethics to preserve the public trust inherent in the professional appraisal practice. The Institute provides initial and monthly comprehensive education, ongoing support, and a dynamic international network, and certifies professionals in the art of machinery/equipment appraisal and brokerage.

By: NEBB Institute


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