Our professional appraisers help you put the right price on your assets including machinery, equipment and personal property. We offer an analysis of your assets and inventory with an accurate overview at the manufacturing, wholesale, or retail level. We are committed to continuous education for our appraisers in order to remain up to date on any changes that will affect your appraisal.
We will review your personal situation and make the recommendations that will suit your needs. Appraisals can be based on:
Our certified appraisers work with you to ensure we understand the details of your project. After our initial consultation, our site visit will assess your fixed assets and/or inventory to determine their age, condition, and functional and economic obsolescence. Our certified team will then perform a thorough analysis of the necessary management and inventory reports. We will review pricing information looking at multiple sources such as equipment journals, online publications, used equipment dealers, and of course our own auction and liquidation archives.
You will receive a full report of the appraisal process covering the estimated value of your fixed assets and/or inventory. Appraisals take several factors into consideration including general market conditions, marketability and timing issues, technological issues, and market trends and prices.
Some commons reasons for an appraisal are mergers & acquisitions, business valuation, bankruptcy, financing & SBA lending, insurance, buy and sell agreements or partnership dissolutions.
Majority of appraisal reports will have equipment values and a synopsis of how the appraiser came up with the values given.
That depends on several factors; first, how much equipment is being appraised. Appraising a large machinery shop with hundred’s of pieces will take significantly longer than appraising a small mom and pop business.
Every appraisal is different and has specific requirements. The cost is directly linked to the scope of work involved.
The simplest answer is no. There are many factors that affect the value of your assets. Some examples would be market conditions, supply and demand, age, condition and location.