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Business valuations are performed using methodology similar to the process for real estate appraisals. However in business valuation, the data sources are different. Further, there are nuances in the form of analysis.
Feasibility studies are a combination of a market study and financial analysis used to determine if it is financially feasible to develop a proposed property.
The income approach is often given primary emphasis when appraising a commercial real estate used to generate income. Estimates of value via the income approach are highly sensitive to changes in revenue, expense and capitalization rates.
Business personal property (BPP) can be challenging to value because of the limited quantity of data available and primary reliance upon the sales comparison approach. Relatively speaking, a voluminous quantity of data is available when valuing real estate as opposed to valuing business personal property.
Highest and best use analysis can assist an owner in maximizing return. Highest and best use analysis can be performed for acreage, site development, and for improved properties. Research and planning can substantially increase investment returns.
Business purchase price allocation is necessary following the purchase or sale of a business. The purchaser needs to allocate the total purchase price to establish their books for the purpose of calculating amortization and depreciation.
Feasibility studies are a combination of a market study and financial analysis used to determine if it is financially feasible to develop a proposed property.
Many retail space leases provide the landlord the option of relocating the tenant at the landlord's expense. For example, consider a local retailer leasing 2000 square feet of retail space in a regional mall.
The cost approach was historically prepared as a part of most commercial real estate appraisals. However, the compunction to include the cost approach (when it was not relevant) has dissipated over the last 20 years.
Business valuations are performed using methodology similar to the process for real estate appraisals. However in business valuation, the data sources are different. Further, there are nuances in the form of analysis.
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