Valuations & Appraisals
Want To Know What Your Business Is Really Worth?
Answer just a few quick questions about your business and you’ll quickly get a free ballpark range estimate as to what your business would sell for on today’s market from one of our experts with access to real-time market data.
From there, you can decide if you want to get a more detailed appraisal report, keep growing it, or put it on the market.
Need more than a quick, free value range estimate? Want an exact number with the data and explanations you need to back it up and defend it?
We have two paid options; Opinion of Value Reports and Formal Appraisals:
Opinion of Value
These are an affordable solution for business owners that want to zero in on a specific fair market value price tag of their company within the range estimate. It is great for owners that already have a buyer or successor and want to determine a fair price tag, but don’t need an expensive, formal appraisal.
These are 5-12 page reports that our business analysts create that relay what you need to know to feel confident in the value of your you know what your business is worth. We charge $1,000-$1,500 for these and can typically turn them around in 72 hours or less once you’ve submitted your financials to our analysis team.
These are done exclusively by our in-house Business Certified Appraisers (BCA’s), and carry their official seal of the International Society of Business Appraisers (ISBA) which is an organization approved by the IRS, SBA and other governmental organizations as a legitimate source of a business appraisal that complies with USPAP and other regulatory requirements.
Formal appraisals are 30-100 pages long, require an extensive amount of documentation, and start at a few thousand dollars and can go up depending on their size and complexity. Turnaround is typically three weeks after we receive the necessary source documents from you.
Who Needs An Appraisal?
In short: Attorneys, Bankers & Lenders, Business Owners, Financial Planners, CPA’s and Accountants.
If you can identify with any of the following business situations, you absolutely need an independent third party appraisal. Obtaining a Certified Appraisal from a Certified Business Appraiser (BCA) will provide you with a substantiated and defensible value.
- Buy/Sell Agreements
- FASB 141 & 142
- Converting From C To S Corp
- Insurable Value Foreclosures
- Sarbanes Oxley
- Divorce Settlements
- Mergers & Acquisitions
- Litigation Support
- Trust & Estate Planning
- Partnership Dissolution
- Gift Estate Planning
- 1031 Exchanges
- Retirement Planning
Business Values that are accurate, substantiated, irrefutable, and defensible can only strengthen your client’s case. Using a certified appraisal from Texas Business Buyers, as part of your case preparation is one of the best tools to have. Our appraisals are conducted to the exacting standards of the International Society of Business Appraisers and conform with IRS and SBA standards. This, combined with our real-world transactional experience make our appraisals hold weight.