Appraisal & Valuation Services
Challenging problems require creative solutions and our consultants have the necessary academic and professional credentials (MBA, CPA, ASA) necessary to understand and undertake the most difficult assignments. Important to the valuation industry, professional designations held by our staff include ASA from the American Society of Appraisers. Our real estate appraisals are prepared to conform with the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP).
More than ever, Cambridge Partners is committed to building long-term relationships by meeting or exceeding client expectations through personalized service, rapid turnaround, reasonable fees, and skilled valuation techniques. We welcome the opportunity to put our expertise and experience to work for you and look forward to hearing from you.
Following is a partial list of our services:
- Business, Stock and Equity Interest Valuations
- Intangible Asset and Intellectual Property Valuations
- Fairness Opinions and Solvency Opinions
- Valuations for Shareholder Disputes and Litigation Support
- Discount Studies and Blockage Studies
- 409A Stock Option Valuations
- Complex Real Estate Appraisals
- Cost Segregation Studies
- Machinery & Equipment Appraisals
- Real Estate Market Studies
Appraisal Uses, Benefits and Purpose
An appraisal must have a reason or purpose for being done and this purpose must be clearly stated. This purpose allows the appraisal to have a meaning in content and a significance in result. The statement of the appraisal purpose is a declaration by an appraiser as to the sole objective in preparing the valuation report. The purpose must be clearly stated in a definitive fashion.
At a minimum, a narrative appraisal should consist of a cover letter of transmittal, a summary of the valuation conclusions, a discussion of the scope of the appraisal, an in-depth presentation of the valuation methodology, a statement of assumptions and limiting conditions, a certification along with a statement of the qualifications of the appraiser, the actual valuation process and conclusions, any exhibits that would be informative and any addenda appropriate to the appraisal.