From mainframes to bulldozers, we appraise any
and all types of equipment.
3004 Needle Palm Drive
Edgewater, FL 321
executives and professionals require accurate and timely
information regarding the valuation of machinery and equipment.
We work closely with all our clients to insure that the
appraisal products we propose complement the desired purpose.
research always includes the latest information from a wide
variety of sources including trade associations, publications and
private companies including used equipment dealers and industry
experts and government agencies. Our research into the valuation
of your equipment assets will reflect the current economic
situation and trends to ensure the viability of any decision you
are required to make.
Equipment Appraisals serve a variety of business requirements
/ Estate Planning
are several factors taken into consideration when appraising
equipment including; manufacturer, model, year of manufacturer,
overall condition, attachments and accessories, market demand,
obsolescence and other economic conditions.
We research and factor these considerations into each
appraisal we perform.
appraisals carry the potential for testimony at litigation.
During the appraisal process, we maintain a process that
allows us to provide expert testimony on the client's behalf
should it ever become necessary.
The Uniform Standards of
Professional Appraisal Practice requires that
appraisal reports and support materials be maintained for a period
of not less than five years and an additional two years from the
conclusion of any litigation.
We always comply with those requirements.
addition to providing professional appraisals for our clients, we
also provide valuation research and consultation for several lease
companies, law firms and accounting practices.
We can provide research and industry studies for past,
present and even future values for most high tech equipment.
These services can include projections of useful life as
well as estimates of future fair market and liquidation values and
even residual values for financial institutions in order for them
to properly estimate risk exposure.