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  • The Nebraska Appraiser - Fall 2017 (pdf 3mb) - Gas (check), oil level (check), tire pressure (check); you are all ready for a weekend adventure. After cruising down the highway for a few hours you realize that it is time to eat and stop at a little roadside diner for lunch. After a wonderful meal and a nice talk with the locals (most likely about weather, harvest, or Husker football), you jump back in the vehicle, turn the key over, and hear errr, errr, errr. At this point you realize that some engine work is needed. A board is not much different from an engine; all parts must work together to move the vehicle down the road. Turnover in the Board’s membership always requires a bit of “engine work” to get humming along again. David Bloxham’s last day with the Board was November 1, 2017, and Chris Langemeier is also nearing the end of his term.
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  • The Nebraska Appraiser - Summer 2017 (pdf 3mb) - Vacations are over, the pools are closing, and soon you will not be able to walk by a television without a football game on. This is also that time of year when all those relaxing evenings become filled with various activities. The Board does a lot of “behind the scenes” work during this time of year, and has been productive preparing for the upcoming renewal period, getting legislation ready for introduction, drafting changes to the rules, and evaluating the effectiveness of its programs. As we transition to fall, the public plays an increasingly important role in the Board’s productivity. The NRPAB Feature in this edition of The Nebraska Appraiser covers the credential renewal procedures for the 2018-19 renewal period.
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  • The Nebraska Appraiser - Spring 2017 (pdf 3mb) - Spring is a wonderful time of year. The flowers bloom, the horizon turns green, animals come out of hibernation, and the birds return to sing to us through open windows. Renewed interest in outdoor activities overtakes us like a breath of fresh air. Children and many young adults end one chapter in their lives and prepare for the next chapter. The Nebraska Real Property Appraiser Board is in the midst of a renewal of its own, as Christopher Mustoe and Gary McCormick are welcomed as new board members.
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  • The Nebraska Appraiser - Winter 2017 (pdf 3mb) - There is an old saying, “In like a lion, out like a lamb.” Although there are many historic uses of this phrase, it is typically a reference to the month of March, which often begins cold and snowy, and ends with mild weather. For a State Agency, the legislative session feels like it is “In like a lion, out like a lamb.”
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  • The Nebraska Appraiser - Fall 2016 (pdf 3mb) - New Year’s Day is on its way. For some, this day signifies that it is time to turn the page to a new chapter. For others, this day is meant for reflection on the past year. Looking into the future, the Board is preparing for introduction of legislation pertaining to the AMC Registration Act, preparing for the next ASC audit, and tackling some long range projects.
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  • The Nebraska Appraiser - Summer 2016 (pdf 2mb) - That time of year is quickly approaching; credential renewals are due on November 30th…….oh, and there is that football thing. Your favorite team has been working hard to prepare for the up and coming season. In just a few short weeks high school, college, and professional teams will take the field with high expectations and enthusiasm.
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  • The Nebraska Appraiser - Spring 2016 (pdf 2mb) - Just like the weather, spring is a very active time of the year for the Nebraska Real Property Appraiser Board. It is this time of year that the Board evaluates its programs to determine areas of success (rainbows), and areas in which the Board can improve (rain clouds). I spend a large portion of this part of the year analyzing processes, procedures, and budget performance.
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  • June 2007(pdf 623k)- Real Property Appraiser 2008 Qualification Criteria -Effective January 1, 2008, the requirements an individual must meet in order to become a real property appraiser will significantly increase. The major components of the Criteria are qualifyng education, experience, examination and continuing education. The continuing education requirement remains unchanged.
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  • March 2006 (pdf 70k)- 2008 AQB Criteria
    After thorough public exposure, the AQB adopted significant revisions to the Criteria in early 2004 for implementation in January 2008. The requirements for the four levels of credential recognized by the AQB are listed below. Nebraska issues the Registered credential as well. Registered appraisers are not required to gain experience prior to being issued the credential. When the pending legislation, LB778, is adopted, the Registered credential will begin to be phased out.
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