Valuations & Appraisals
Sometimes owners need an unbiased, professional business valuation in other instances, such as:
- Creating a succession plan
- Buy/sell agreements
- Instances of divorce
- Sale between partners
- Estate taxes
- Transferring business into a trust
- Requirements from lenders
- Gifting shares of stock
Coastal M & A
Other professional groups often seek out our business intermediaries’ advice and expertise to assist them with business valuation issues.
Our professional team of certified business intermediaries (CBI) has valued many companies in a wide selection of industries and has experience in manufacturing, marine and automotive industries, medical healthcare, professional firms, wholesale distributors, business-to-business (B2B) services, franchise resales, retail and personal or business services, and restaurants and hospitality, to name a few.
Contact us today to learn more about our business valuation services.
What is the Value of the Business Valuation / Appriasal?
Our certified appraisers identify goodwill, intellectual property, and other intangible assets vital to determine the proper value for your company. A business appraisal report is often an advantageous tool to eliminate differences of opinion concerning the value of your company. In addition, understanding the full valuation of your company can help you make better, more informed strategic decisions about the direction of your company. If you are considering selling your company, a certified business appraisal will usually support a higher sale price.
If you are interested in having Coastal M & A perform an objective, thorough valuation of your company, please contact us for a free, no-obligation consultation.