When you are looking for advice about machinery and equipment values you need to work with a company that clearly communicates its findings. The appraisers at National Equipment Appraisal understand how important it is for you to receive exactly the information you are looking for so you can make better business decisions.
As a reader of a National Equipment Appraisal Certified Machinery and Equipment Report, you will quickly learn the appraiser's authority is evidenced by the language, organization and development of the report. Each assignment is unique and reports are written to include the appraiser's observations, assumptions, and most importantly, a well-supported and defensible opinion of value.
Of course, all reports are prepared to the requirements and standards of the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice. These standards dictate a minimum reporting requirement of the information to be included in a report. National Equipment Appraisal exceeds these requirements by adding management commentary and critical analysis of the evaluation considerations affecting the value of the assets ... all in a user friendly, narrative style.
Here's what to expect in a certified machinery and equipment appraisal prepared by National Equipment Appraisal:
An independent opinion of value that is well supported and defensible.
The Appraiser's Certification, Qualifications, Experience and Resources.
A statement describing the purpose of the appraisal, its scope, the value definition used and the key assumptions and limiting conditions.
Complete descriptions of the assets including location, manufacturer, model and serial numbers.
An explanation of the research techniques and the methodology used to determine the value opinion.
Observations regarding the general conditions of the assets, their age and remaining useful life.
An opinion of the most appropriate market for the asset and market conditions.
Photographs of the key assets.
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National Equipment Appraisal delivers an accurate, descriptive, irrefutable and defensible certified appraisal report. That's what business people want and why its reports are accepted nationwide by bankers, their regulators, the courts, and the IRS.
Business valuations performed in connection with an SBA loan comply with the Change of Ownership Guidance as outlined in the Small Business Administration Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).