Valuation FAQ: (1)
I have a good idea what my company is worth, why should I use an outside valuation firm?
Trust and credibility. It is as simple as that.
A buyer would question a valuation report prepared by the business owner or the owner's CPA.
That is why you should run an independent report to add credibility to the asking price. Prospective buyers looking at your business will request it.
The independent report favors neither seller or buyer. It simply looks at the financial information and recasts them back to market value using statistical models that have been developed over the past 20 years.
No other internal review will be able to offer you such analysis.
quick review of our valuation services
- what is your company worth
reviews the novars group approach to derive market value
- pricing your company
lists the various pricing models that can be used
- pricing strategies
discusses the pricing strategies the prospective buyers may use
- how others may perceive value
whether the cash flow can support the purchase price
- M&A/brokerage services
reviews our business brokerage, business selling and M&A services
- current listings
list of current businesses that we represent including buy side
- exit planning design
review of the exit planning process with advisory points
- valuation services
finding the value of your company using 3 key approaches
- business advisory
not ready to sell until the value is up - we provide the tools
- business listings services
selection of services for business owners selling on their own
- tools & other stuff
helpful tools to help you make decisions