If you work in the trucking, machinery or construction trades, your equipment and machinery is your largest capital investment. Determining the Fair Market Value of your used equipment and machinery is vital to avoid numerous challenges and make operating your business easier. Whether the appraisal is being used for collateral, insurance or internal purposes, Truman Mox is the equipment and machinery appraiser to best fit your appraisal needs.
How do you choose a reputable equipment and machinery appraiser?
- Are they Certified? Truman Mox has over a decade of experience in appraising a multitude of equipment and machinery in numerous industries.
- Does your Appraiser have a pulse on current market trends? Truman Mox regularly analyzes New Prices, Used Prices, and Auctions around the country.
- What is your Appraiser’s background? Truman Mox has over 20 years in financial background. Being ex bankers and industry veterans. We understand the complexities of each of clients needs.
- Does your Appraiser understand key metrics like depreciation and GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles). This ensures Fair Market Value is being recognized appropriately.
- Is your Appraiser’s report compliant? All of Truman Mox’s appraisals are compliant with USPAP and utilized by Banks, Insurance Companies, Courts.
USPAP (the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice) is the generally recognized ethical and performance standards for the appraisal profession in the United States. All of our Equipment and Machinery reports follow USPAP guidelines.
The advantages to a Qualified Equipment and Machinery Appraiser are immeasurable. Whether you are bank, insurance company, CPA, attorney or business owner, Truman Mox is your qualified Equipment and Machinery Appraiser. We work in all 50 states and internationally.
We are a boutique firm and not a large conglomerate. Each assignment we take on is handled professionally, timely and cost effective!
Contact us today to discuss your appraisal options: https://www.trumanmox.com/contact/June 9, 2021 3:15 pm