ACCESS BUSINESS ADVISORS VALUATIONS AND APPRAISALS
Your company represents a great source of pride and income to you and your family. You have invested years of your life creating, sculpting, and refining your business. As the owner, your decision to sell is a very important one, and will likely be based upon a number of key considerations, including the anticipated price, terms, and net proceeds of the sale. Our brokers are in the market every day, dealing with Sellers, Buyers and Banks. We can help you make your decision by providing a fair market valuation based upon proven principles, market comparables, verifiable valuation models, and many years of experience selling thousands of businesses!
Brokers Opinion Of Value
If you are a business owner that needs a written report utilizing several relevant valuation methods, or if you are a buyer that needs a value analysis on a business you are considering for purchase, then we can perform a Broker’s Opinion of Value report. This report is typically 10–15 pages in length and explains the analysis that resulted in the conclusion of value.
Business appraisals and real estate appraisals do not include a valuation of the individual pieces of machinery and equipment that are owned by a business. Owners, Bankers, CPA’s and Attorneys often need to know the current market value of equipment rather than a depreciated accounting value. The professional equipment appraisers at Access hold the prestigious CERTIFIED MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT APPRAISER (CMEA) designation and can deliver an equipment appraisal that is USPAP compliant, substantiated, and defensible.
Free Value Assesment
To prepare our clients for the sale process, the professionals at Access Business Advisors will provide a free fair market valuation analysis that establishes a reasonable range of value for your business. This “go to market” valuation range considers a number of value drivers, including:
- History / trend of Revenues
- History / trend of Cash flows
- Size of Cash flows
- Working capital requirements
- Marketability of the business
- Degree of Competition
- Ease of entry into the business
- Industry trends
- Growth opportunities for the business
- Unique assets
- Age and quality of physical plant and equipment assets
- Location and condition of facilities
- Amount of risk
- Motivation and Flexibility of the parties
- Comparable Sales Data
- ROI and income objectives of buyers