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Vehicle appraisals:  motorhome.

Oilfield appraisals:  Mobile high-pressure nitrogen generating unit.

Whatever type of appraisal you need, JR’s Certified Appraisals can provide it on-site in Canada and the USA!  

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Heavy equipment:  two track hoes.

The type of appraisal you need depends on the particular type of business valuation required. Different situations call for different types of appraisals.

Farm equipment appraisal:  grain auger.

Going Concern Value (GCV) Appraisal

Going Concern Value:  The value obtainable for the assets through private negotiators between a willing buyer and a willing seller on a total entity basis in order to continue operations in place over an acceptable period of time.  Some factors involved in Going Concern Value are:  all assets relative to the business including stock supplies, condition and age of assets, cash flow.  This is based on previous financial records, a solid plan for a willing buyer to re-capture his initial investment.  Leasehold improvements are included in this type of appraisal.

Market Value In Place (MVIP) Appraisal

Market Value In Place:  A professional opinion of the estimated value to be realized for the property; as installed for intended use in an exchange between a willing buyer and willing seller; neither being under the compulsion to buy or the compulsion to sell, with both parties aware of the relevant facts as of the effective date of the appraisal.  Note:  MVIP does not normally take into consideration leasehold improvements, unless they are specifically related to a function of a particular piece of equipment.  

ENHANCED VALUE - Sometimes used as a factor and is dependent upon the function, economic conditions, population proximity and geographical location.

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Fair Market Value (FMV) Appraisal

Fair Market Value:  The price at which property would change hands between a willing buyer and a willing seller; neither being under the compulsion to buy or a compulsion to sell, and both having reasonable
knowledge of relevant facts.  Some factors involved in Fair Market Value of assets involve the supply and demand, condition, age, availability, restorative and/or mechanical improvements, and previous comparable sales.

Liquidation Value (LV) Appraisal

Liquidation Value:  The price at which the property would change hands when there is a financial situation or other circumstance existing at the time of sale so as to require a sacrifice, e.g. demand from a financial institution to liquidate, bankruptcy, instant need for cash flow, overstocked, low demand, recession.

Recreational vehicles:  large white motorhome with blue trim. Oilfield equpment:  mobile high-pressure nitrogen generating unit. Agricultural equipment:  green and yellow grain auger in field.

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