Solving Unique Needs
We understand that different companies have different valuation needs. Public companies’ needs vary from those of a private company. Large and small businesses tend to have different requirements. Finally, some appraisal needs overlap and are universal.
Beyond the most requested services and purposes of appraisals listed above, a number of considerations come into play. At some point in time, there may be a need for valuation assistance for condemnation, litigation support, sale price, determination of a purchase price, or corporate planning. There are more, as each company or service provider will have different needs.
To address divergent appraisal requirements, the appraiser must consider several factors to determine the scope of work. Other factors beyond the above purposes need to be considered. Each of the above scenarios requires a specific value or values to be applied, and other requirements unique to the situation will apply. The Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) provides guidance on determining the scope of work.
Each appraisal discipline has a set of guidelines published by different agencies and professional organizations to determine who is considered a “certified” appraiser. Our professional staff meets all of the criteria, and adds years of experience to address all of the purposes of appraisals, and all of the intricacies that accompany them.