Machinery & Equipment
What Is a Machinery/Equipment Appraisal?
A machinery and/or equipment appraisal is the independent and unbiased process of determining the supportable opinion of value of tangible assets as of a specific date. Appraisals can be performed for a variety of value premises from fair market value in place and in use, to forced liquidation value.
Select An Experienced Valuation Firm
All Murphy machinery & equipment (M&E) appraisals are performed by certified professional appraisers experienced in all aspects of machinery/equipment brokerage as well as the science and art of machinery & equipment appraisals. All appraisals are performed in compliance with the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) of the Appraisal Foundation. Compliance with industry standards ensures that proven peer-reviewed appraisal methods are used to develop defendable opinions of value. Our affiliation with John R. Harris (ASA designation), Director of the National Equipment & Business Brokers Institute, ensures that our appraisers are kept abreast of evolving appraisal standards.
Why Perform A Machinery/Equipment Appraisal?
Accurate machinery and/or equipment appraisals are often needed as part of a formal business valuation and for other purposes including:
- Mergers & Acquisitions
- Litigation Support
- Buy Out Agreements
- Estate Settlements
- Partnership Dissolution
- Retirement Planning
- Insurance Purposes
- Trust Planning
- “C” Corp. to “S” Corp. Conversion
- Business Liquidation
Desktop Report – A hypothetical determination of value based solely upon information provided by the client and conducted without benefit of a physical inspection
Summary Appraisal Report – A certified restricted-use summary report of full USPAP-compliant appraisal including physical inspection of items appraised