National Equipment Appraisal provides specialized business brokerage expertise for business owners and companies involved in divestiture activity. These activities include valuation, marketing, negotiation and closing – all necessary for a successful ownership transition.
Serving the business community since 1982, sales are conducted through JMR, Capital Inc., a mergers and acquisition company specializing in advisory and brokerages services for privately owned businesses. The firm works nationally with private equity groups, corporations, and high wealth individuals looking to acquire facilities, both profitable and in distress. JMR Capital, Inc. is a licensed real estate broker and conducts business transfers in California. The company cooperates with brokers across the United States.
National Equipment Appraisal and JMR Capital, Inc. successfully arrange asset sales of:
- Entire operations
- Privately owned businesses – going concerns.
- Specific Assets
- Customer Lists
- Product Lines
- Spin-offs and division divestures
Both National Equipment Appraisal and JMR Capital, Inc. recognize that selling a going concern results in the highest prices. Goodwill, customers, employees and technologies enhance tangible asset values. In situations where only the tangible assets are available for sale, equipment that is in place, installed, and in use brings the best value. This is because acquirers save valuable time by not having to worry about delivery, installation, implementation and training, all critical to the effective operational value of a going concern – especially firms looking to expand operations and meet critical production deadlines.
In markets where the company's asset value exceeds its value from an income producing capacity, it makes sense to market the company to prospective buyers that have similar machinery and are looking to expand. Since National Equipment Appraisal and JMR Capital Inc. share a common database of acquirers, investors and capital equipment buyers, clients benefit by receiving more offers - quicker.
To discuss the sale of a company or a divestiture of a business unit and to arrange a confidential interview contact: