Denver Business Brokers™ is highly respected when it comes to business valuation and appraisal services. With over 20 years of experience, we are known as experts in this field. When we partner with you for business valuation services, we work to become an integral member of your team. Whatever the issue is, for an accurate and complete business valuation, you can turn to Denver Business Brokers™ for trustworthy results and dependable service.
At Denver Business Brokers™, our accredited business valuation expert is committed to providing our clients with timely, reliable and easy to understand business valuation services, regardless of their unique business complexities.
We provide you with a wide variety of qualified, independent business valuation and appraisal services, including the following:
- Buying or Selling a Business
- Management Planning
- Buy/Sell Agreements
- Life Insurance Funding
- Estate and Gift Tax Purposes
- Litigation Purposes
- Fairness Opinions
- Annual Valuation Updates
- Partnership Matters
Expert Witness Testimony
Denver Business Brokers™ is recognized as an expert in business valuation and transfer of business ownership. In court, the party offering the expert (Plaintiff or Defendant) must lay a foundation for the expert’s testimony. Laying the foundation involves testifying about the expert’s credentials and experience that qualifies him/her as an expert. Experts are qualified according to a number of factors, including but not limited to, the number of years they have practiced in their respective field, work experience related to the case, published works, certifications, licensing, training, education, awards, and peer recognition. As experts, Denver Business BrokersTM is allowed to give opinion testimony which a non-expert witness may be prohibited from testifying to. We are recognized experts in the following County District Courts within the State of Colorado:
Arapahoe County District Court
Boulder County District Court
Denver County District Court
Douglas County District Court
Weld County District Court
Jefferson County District Court
- Abbreviated Summary Report
A Certified Report by an accredited appraiser. Includes, fair market value calculation, explanation of valuation conclusion, earnings capacity analysis, financial, market, and economic analysis. Approximately a 15-page report. Useful in determining current market value for buyers and sellers when considering an acquisition or sale of a business.
- Formal Report
A formal business valuation report is the highest-level report a recipient can receive. It’s a Certified Report by an accredited appraiser and is covered by Standard 10 of the USPAP (Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice). Approximately 40-80 pages in length.
- Informal Report
A Certified Report by an accredited appraiser. An informal report contains considerably less information than a formal report. This type of report contains little more than calculations. Most of the narrative is excluded, and many of the sections are brief. The report can range from 5-20 pages.
- Letter Report
A Certified Report by an accredited appraiser. Just as the name implies, this report is nothing more than a letter stating the opinion of value. Reference is made to all of the work that has been done, including the fact that working papers contain all of the supporting documentation for the opinion.
- Oral Report
Performed by an accredited appraiser. This type of report is generally accomplished through testimony, either by deposition or a trial. On occasion a business owner or business purchaser may want a verbal opinion as to what to what the subject business would sell for.
Contact us today for a free initial consultation and put our business valuation and appraisal expertise to work for you.