Make sure that your IT computer appraisal is created by a qualified ASA so that you can be sure that your company’s computer valuation will hold up in dealings with the court and the IRS.
Certified Appraisers regularly appraises business equipment for Houston area. Recent projects include fork lift appraisals, construction equipment valuation and an industrial cleaning service appraisal.
Certified Appraisers regularly appraises inventory for existing businesses that are being bought or sold. Also, Certified Appraisers will value a company’s existing inventory in the event of a partner buyout.
Certified Appraisers regularly appraises office furniture and cubicle systems for existing businesses that are being bought or sold. Also, Certified Appraisers will value your company’s existing office furniture systems in the event of a partner buyout.
The day will come when you will need to know the value of your business. It is likely that its value will be significantly less than you would expect, especially if you don’t start making plans now to enhance its value. This article will review various reasons that businesses need to be appraised, describe appraisal concepts and highlight some things you can do to enhance the value of your business.
Asset Based Approach
Direct Market Comparison Method – This method compares sales of similar items of like condition and utility. Used equipment dealers are a good source of this information. These dealers generally buy used equipment at values close to liquidation and then resell the items after required repairs typically at values in the range of 40% to 75% of costs new depending upon condition and market trends.
The Market Approach is defined as a general way of determining a value indication using one or more methods that compare the subject to similar investments that have been sold. It is a market oriented concept based on the Principle of Substitution. This Principle assumes that the value of a thing tends to be determined by the cost of acquiring an equally desirable substitute.
The income approach is defined as a general way of determining an indication of value by using one or more methods that convert anticipated benefits into value. It is a widely recognized approach to estimating economic value. The income approach considers a business or other income producing property more or less as though it were a money machine whose purpose is to produce money for its owner.