If a stranger were to walk into your business with a blank check, what price could you get that can be justified by the value of the business?
1) a simple assessment of current market value 2) a more limited score with multiple parameters and 3) a more comprehensive report for stock offerings, dissolution, estate planning and more.
The valuation is the base number that you can work with to plan your exit strategy. Your objective is to get the maximum value for your business.
we offer three types of valuations
Provides an approximate indication of value based upon the performance of the net cash position of the company. The valuer will only consider limited market information to derive an approximate market value based on current listings of similar-type companies.
This type of report is complimentary at no cost or obligation. It is a good starting point when designing your business exit scope and planning.
Provides a fair market value opinion. It is a more extensive analysis: Asset, Income and Market Approaches are considered. Market methods are based on generic group multipliers. Discounted Future Cash Flows and Discounted Future Earnings methods may be available.
This is the most common report to support a business sale and the results are often used to support the pre-approval of a business for Commercial financing.
Provides an extensive analysis. All valuation methods are applied as applicable. Comparable sales transactions and multipliers for the market methods are very specific to the Company's business. Public company comparisons are available and used when needed.
This report is highly supported in estate planning, ESOP plans, company dissolution, family succession, and some arbitrary litigation.
3-yr Cash Flow Assessment
Asset-Cash Position Valuation
How to price your company
The value of a company can be perceived differently depending on the type of buyer
Why should you do a business valuation even if you are not selling your business?
Calculate an estimated company valuation using two valuation parameters
What does the business evaluation look like?
What the buyer sees when pricing a company
What lenders like to see when valuating a company
Why use a 3rd party valuation?
richmond valuations n' broker
We have a combined 25+ year experience in business valuations and exit planning. Every business owner will eventually exit - whether soon or in the near future. The first task in any exit is placing a value on your company. The value becomes a base number to plan the fundamentals to maximize your exit financial objectives. We have the expertise, tools, and network to make this happen.
So give us a call regarding a business valuation. We guarantee that you will be pleased with the report and our exit planning services.
|Krayton M Davis
Executive Director, Novars Group, Inc
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step-by-step review of exit planning
We first discuss your financial objectives as it relates to your long-term financial and estate planning goals (as designed by your financial planner). We try to understand if an exit will meet the objectives you set.
Our next step is to complete a business valuation. We can do a simple business valuation assessment (which is complimentary at no cost) or a more thorough valuation using 8 different valuation parameters. We review the pros and cons of each.
The valuation will give you an estimated market value of your business. The question is whether the value meets your financial objectives. That become a decision point on what direction you might want to take. You can view more information regarding business valuations.
If the valuation meets your financial objectives, we can move forward with an exit plan. There are 3 exit options:
1) Family succession;
2) Employee takeover;
3) Direct sale.
Exit Using the Direct Sale Option:
We have a 9-step program that ranges from preparing your company for the sale to closing the deal. You can download our summary sheet for reference. Note that the first four steps are complimentary - meaning no cost or obligation.
If the valuation fails to meet your financial objective, then with permission, we will analyze your business fundamentals to recommend some changes to increase the valuation. We analyze your marketing, finance, operations, and other business functions at no cost or obligation.
Let us come by for a quick introduction and review:
Krayton M Davis
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