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We can help you find out EXACTLY how much your company is WORTH

things the contribute to a Businesses’s value

Businesses are complex and there are many factors which contribute to their value. All factors must be taken into consideration and weighted properly in order to develop an accurate appraisal. Some of these factors include:


  1. Equipment Condition and Useful Life
  2. Inventory
  3. Real Estate
  4. Vehicles
  5. Collectable receivables


  1. Reputation
  2. Pending Litigation
  3. Debt
  4. Purchasing Power (Cash + Credit)
  5. Total Revenue
  6. Liquidity
  7. Written systems
  8. In service Patents / Trademarks
  9. New product development capabilities
  10. Good Financial Management
  11. Leverage

Critical Risk Factors

  1. Number of Trained Employees
  2. Repeat customers, Contracts, Subscriptions
  3. Age of Company
  4. Number of Customers
  5. Overall Profit Margin
  6. Organizational growth trends

Market Factors

  1. Economic Resilience & Beta
  2. Market & Industry trends
  3. Barriers to entry
  4. Competition
  5. Imminent Regulation

Our Unique Approach

Business Appraisals is different from most valuation firms in that many such firms are run by accountants who have never bought or sold a company; we started as a business brokerage firm. Our methodology was created by business experts who have actual merger and acquisition experience. Our method blends the income and asset approach into a single, unified, objective system which weighs risk and value clearly and accurately.

Our hybrid approach also considers market and other risk factors to develop the profit multiplier. (See Multiplier section for more information)

This method is very consistent regardless of the subject company and does not lend itself to valuator bias.

Why Our Methodology is So Accurate

What Business Appraisals LLC has discovered over three decades and thousands of appraisals, is real buyers & sellers are predominantly concerned with two main elements of business value: Assets and Cash Flow. For an investor, both are important, but they are fundamentally different when it comes to risk.

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