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Equipment Appraisals

Certified Equipment Appraisals

This report is designed specifically for SBA and conventional lenders looking for a Certified Equipment Appraisal.

 


Certified Appraisals

Why Use a Certified Report?

By utilizing a certified machinery and equipment appraisal report for your needs, you can rest assured that the value you receive will withstand the scrutiny of the SBA, bank examiners, IRS, and courts. A certified report means the appraiser producing the report has earned their accreditation by passing rigorous education requirements, has gone through a peer review process, and is advancing their knowledge through continued education. With a report prepared by a Certified Machinery and Equipment Appraiser (CMEA), you have additional assurances that the report was created with the ethical principles and guidelines set forth by the NEBB Institute and USPAP.

 

Using an appraisal report that is USPAP compliant is not only good practice, but is also required by many organizations, including the federal government. One of the most important requirements USPAP outlines is in their Scope of Work Rule. It states that before starting an appraisal, the appraiser must identify the problem to be solved. This includes identifying the client and other intended users, the intended use of the appraisal, the type and definition of value(s) given, the effective date of the appraisal, the subject of the assignment and its characteristics, and the assignment conditions. Without identifying the problem to be solved, the results of the appraisal would not be credible.

Appraisal Types

We offer both a Summary and a Desktop Appraisal Report to our clients

Summary Appraisal Report

 

A Summary M&E Appraisal Report offers an estimate of value for machinery and equipment compliant with USPAP guidelines for a Restricted Use Appraisal Report. Values are reported for each individual asset and the aggregate as a single number. An on-site inspection will be performed to verify the assets are at the location indicated, identify the assets (age, make, model, serial number, etc), ensure assets are in good working order and/or being properly maintained, and assets are being used in accordance with their original design.

 

Desktop Appraisal Report

 

A Desktop M&E Appraisal Report also a Restricted Use Appraisal Report as defined by USPAP. A Desktop Report is often ordered to reduce the cost of the appraisal when a visual identification of the equipment is not required. A description of the equipment and pictures are sent to us to determine its value. Desktop reports should only be considered when the equipment is fairly standard, easily identifiable, access to personal who can answer additional questions is viable, and when verification as to the existence of the assets has already been performed and verified.

Values Included

Commonly Requested Levels of Analysis


Both of the following values are included in either of our certified reports:

 

Fair Market Value

 

The estimated amount, expressed in terms of money that may reasonably be expected for a property in an exchange between a willing buyer and a willing seller, with equity to both, neither under any compulsion to buy or sell, and both fully aware of all relevant facts, as of a specific date.

Orderly Liquidation Value

 

The estimated gross amount, expressed in terms of money, that could be typically realized from a liquidation sale, given a reasonable period of time to find a purchaser (or purchasers), with the seller being compelled to sell on an “as is,” “where is” basis, as of a specific date.

 

To determine if there is a 1:1 collateral ratio, discount the available collateral based upon the Net Book Value presented on the borrower’s financial statements. The total line amount should be supported with accounts receivable at a maximum of 80% (after discounting a percentage for any ineligible receivables identified by reviewing the accounts receivable aging) and inventory no greater than 50%. Machinery and equipment may be valued at 50% of Net Book Value or 80% with an Orderly Liquidation Value minus any prior liens. The value must be determined in accordance with the requirements set forth in Chapter 4, Paragraph II.C of this Subpart;

 

Above except from: Small Business Administration SBA SOP 50-10 5(I)
Subpart B, Pages 204
Effective Date: January 1, 2017 

Request a Quote

In order to determine the costs associated with an appraisal, we must first determine its scope and complexity. Factors that will be weighed include the number of assets to be valued, research involved to find comparables, and travel. For a quote on your specific needs, please fill out and submit the form below:

 

Your Name (required)

Please enter your Company name (required)

If requesting party is Different, please enter Requesting Party name (required)

Please enter your email address (required)

What is the address where the equipment is located? (required)

Is the equipment at multiple locations? (required)
 yes no

If you answered yes to the previous question, enter the additional location below:

What is the reason for this equipment appraisal? (required)

Will a site visit be required? (required)
 yes no

Write More Information Here

Click below to upload an equipment list:

Input this code: captcha

Certified Appraisals

Why Use a Certified Report?

By utilizing a certified machinery and equipment appraisal report for your needs, you can rest assured that the value you receive will withstand the scrutiny of the SBA, bank examiners, IRS, and courts. A certified report means the appraiser producing the report has earned their accreditation by passing rigorous education requirements, has gone through a peer review process, and is advancing their knowledge through continued education. With a report prepared by a Certified Machinery and Equipment Appraiser (CMEA), you have additional assurances that the report was created with the ethical principles and guidelines set forth by the NEBB Institute and USPAP.

 

Using an appraisal report that is USPAP compliant is not only good practice, but is also required by many organizations, including the federal government. One of the most important requirements USPAP outlines is in their Scope of Work Rule. It states that before starting an appraisal, the appraiser must identify the problem to be solved. This includes identifying the client and other intended users, the intended use of the appraisal, the type and definition of value(s) given, the effective date of the appraisal, the subject of the assignment and its characteristics, and the assignment conditions. Without identifying the problem to be solved, the results of the appraisal would not be credible.

Appraisal Types

We offer both a Summary and a Desktop Appraisal Report to our clients

Summary Appraisal Report

 

A Summary M&E Appraisal Report offers an estimate of value for machinery and equipment compliant with USPAP guidelines for a Restricted Use Appraisal Report. Values are reported for each individual asset and the aggregate as a single number. An on-site inspection will be performed to verify the assets are at the location indicated, identify the assets (age, make, model, serial number, etc), ensure assets are in good working order and/or being properly maintained, and assets are being used in accordance with their original design.

 

Desktop Appraisal Report

 

A Desktop M&E Appraisal Report also a Restricted Use Appraisal Report as defined by USPAP. A Desktop Report is often ordered to reduce the cost of the appraisal when a visual identification of the equipment is not required. A description of the equipment and pictures are sent to us to determine its value. Desktop reports should only be considered when the equipment is fairly standard, easily identifiable, access to personal who can answer additional questions is viable, and when verification as to the existence of the assets has already been performed and verified.

Values Included

Commonly Requested Levels of Analysis


Both of the following values are included in either of our certified reports:

 

Fair Market Value

 

The estimated amount, expressed in terms of money that may reasonably be expected for a property in an exchange between a willing buyer and a willing seller, with equity to both, neither under any compulsion to buy or sell, and both fully aware of all relevant facts, as of a specific date.

Orderly Liquidation Value

 

The estimated gross amount, expressed in terms of money, that could be typically realized from a liquidation sale, given a reasonable period of time to find a purchaser (or purchasers), with the seller being compelled to sell on an “as is,” “where is” basis, as of a specific date.

 

To determine if there is a 1:1 collateral ratio, discount the available collateral based upon the Net Book Value presented on the borrower’s financial statements. The total line amount should be supported with accounts receivable at a maximum of 80% (after discounting a percentage for any ineligible receivables identified by reviewing the accounts receivable aging) and inventory no greater than 50%. Machinery and equipment may be valued at 50% of Net Book Value or 80% with an Orderly Liquidation Value minus any prior liens. The value must be determined in accordance with the requirements set forth in Chapter 4, Paragraph II.C of this Subpart;

 

Above except from: Small Business Administration SBA SOP 50-10 5(I)
Subpart B, Pages 204
Effective Date: January 1, 2017 

Request a Quote

In order to determine the costs associated with an appraisal, we must first determine its scope and complexity. Factors that will be weighed include the number of assets to be valued, research involved to find comparables, and travel. For a quote on your specific needs, please fill out and submit the form below:

 

Your Name (required)

Please enter your Company name (required)

If requesting party is Different, please enter Requesting Party name (required)

Please enter your email address (required)

What is the address where the equipment is located? (required)

Is the equipment at multiple locations? (required)
 yes no

If you answered yes to the previous question, enter the additional location below:

What is the reason for this equipment appraisal? (required)

Will a site visit be required? (required)
 yes no

Write More Information Here

Click below to upload an equipment list:

Input this code: captcha

 

Industries


Reliant Equipment Appraisals offers appraisal services for machinery and equipment in many industries. The following is a partial list of industries we can help value machinery and equipment for.

 

Construction and Heavy Equipment


We work with many manufactures including Caterpillar, Deere, Case, Kombatsu, Bobcat, Hitachi, Volvo, JCB, New Holland, Grove, and Terex. The following is a partial list of construction and heavy equipment that we can help value:

 

Aggregate Equipment
Air Compressors
Asphault/Paving/Concrete
Compactors
Cranes
Crawler Loaders
Dozers
Drills
Dumpers
Excavators
Farm/Agriculture Equipment
Forestry Equipment
Forklifts
Generator Sets
Lifts
Light Towers
Loader Backhoes
Motor Graders
Pipelayers
Pumps
Scrap Processing Equipment
Scrapers
Skid Steers
Skid Loaders
Sweepers/Broom Equipment
Trenchers/Boring Machines
Off-Highway Trucks
Water Equipment
Wheel Loaders

 

If you don’t see a particular piece of equipment or machinery above, contact us and we’ll be happy to discuss your particular equipment.

Commercial Transportation including Trucks and Trailers

We work with many manufactures including Cheverlot, Freightliner, GMC, Hino, International, Kenworth, Mack, Peterbilt, Sterling, and Volvo. The following is a partial list of truck and trailor equipment that we can help value:

 

Box Trucks
Bucket Trucks
Cab Chassis Trucks
Cargo Van Trucks
Crane Trucks
Crew Cab Trucks
Dump Trucks
Extended Cab Trucks
Fire Trucks
Flatbed Trucks
Fuel Trucks
Garbage Trucks
Landscape Trucks
Mixer Trucks
Moving Van Trucks
Passenger Van Trucks
Pickup Trucks
Plow Trucks – Spreader Trucks
Refrigerated Trucks
Rollback Tow Trucks
Stake Bed Trucks
Sweeper Trucks
Tanker Trucks
Tractor Trucks
Utility Truck – Service Trucks
Vacuum Trucks
Water Trucks
Winch Trucks
Wrecker Tow Trucks
Yard Spotter Trucks

 

If you don’t see a piece of equipment or machinery above, contact us and we’ll be happy to discuss your particular equipment.

Agricultural Equipment

We work with many manufactures including Bobcat, Case IH, Caterpillar, Ford, John Deere, Kubota, Mahindra, Massey Ferguson, and New Holland. The following is a partial list of agriculture and farm equipment that we can help value:

 

Balers
Choppers
Combines
Corn Picker
Crushers
Disc Cutter
Discs
Drills
Excavators
Feeders
Field Cultivators
Grain Augers
Gravity Wagons
Harvesters
Hay Equipment
Hydroseeder
Mower
Planters
Plows
Rotary Cutters
Screens
Seeders
Sprayers
Spreaders
Strawblowers
Tedders
Tillage
Tractors
Trenchers
Wheel Loaders

 

If you don’t see a particular piece of equipment or machinery above, contact us and we’ll be happy to discuss your particular equipment.

Manufacturing Equipment

The following is a partial list of agriculture and farm equipment that we can help value:

 

Air Compressors
Automatics
Bearings
Benders
Boring Machines
Circuit Boards
Conveyors
CNC Lathes
Coil Processing Equip.
Dust Collectors
Finishing
Flame Cutting Equip.
Generators
Grinders
Hones & Lappers
Lasers
Ovens & Furnaces
Plasma Cutting Equip.
Presses
Pumps
Punches
Riveters
Rolls
Stamping Equip.
Straighteners
Tooling & Accessories
Transformers
Turning Centers
Boring Mills
Warehouse Equip.
Waterjet Cutting Equip.
Welding Machinery
Woodworking Machinery

 

If you don’t see a particular piece of equipment or machinery above, contact us and we’ll be happy to discuss your particular equipment.

Telecommunication and Technology Equipment

We work with many manufactures including Avaya, Cisco, Dell, Ericsson, HP, IBM, Lucent, Sony, Symbol, and Xicom. The following is a partial list of telecommunication and technology equipment that we can help value:

 

Computers
Cooling Equip.
Copiers
Laptops
Microprocessors
Monitors
Navigation Systems
Network Equipment
PBX Equipment
Phone Systems
Printers
Projectors
Rack Equipment
Scanners
Servers
Transformers
UPS
Video Equipment
VoIP Gateways

 

If you don’t see a particular piece of equipment or machinery above, contact us and we’ll be happy to discuss your particular equipment.

Printing Equipment

We work with many manufactures including Akiyama, Canon, Epson, HP, Kodak, Komori, Halm, Heidelberg, Mark Andy, Miller, Mitsubishi, Roland, Ryobi, and Xerox. The following is a partial list of printing equipment that we can help value:

 

Binders
Computer to Plate Systems
Digital Presses
Folders
Ink Jet Printing Systems
Laminating Equipment
Mailing Systems
Paper Cutters
Paper Drills
Shrink Packaging
Trimmers
UV Coaters

 

If you don’t see a particular piece of equipment or machinery above, contact us and we’ll be happy to discuss your particular equipment.

Fitness and Gym Equipment

We work with many manufactures including Body Masters, Cybex, Life Fitness, Paramount, Precor, Star Trac, and York. The following is a partial list of fitness and gym equipment that we can help value:

 

Arm Equipment
Back Equipment
Bikes
Bilateral Equipment
Cardio Equipment
Chest Equipment
Dumbbells
Elliptical Machines
Lower Leg Equipment
Multi Stack Gyms
Plate Load / Leverage

 

If you don’t see a particular piece of equipment or machinery above, contact us and we’ll be happy to discuss your particular equipment.

Restaurant and Food Service Equipment

We work with many manufactures including Amana, Anvil, Berkel, Veverage Air, Cambro, Globe, Hobart, Ico-O-Matic, Nemco, Univex, Vulcan, Waring, and Wolf. The following is a partial list of fitness and gym equipment that we can help value:

 

Beverage & Bar Supplies
Cooking Equipment
Dinnerware & Flatware
Food Prep
Fryers
Furniture
Holding & Warming
Kitchenware
Refrigeration
Sanitation & Maintenance
Storage & Transport
Tabletop & Dining Room
Warewashing

 

If you don’t see a particular piece of equipment or machinery above, contact us and we’ll be happy to discuss your particular equipment.

Medical, Dental, and Veterinary Equipment

We work with many manufactures including Amana, Anvil, Berkel, Veverage Air, Cambro, Globe, Hobart, Ico-O-Matic, Nemco, Univex, Vulcan, Waring, and Wolf. The following is a partial list of medical, dental, and veterinary equipment that we can help value:

 

Beds, Stretchers, and Furniture
Cardiology Equipment
Defibrillators
Dental Equipment
Endoscopy Equipment
Exam Room Equipment
Imaging Equipment
Laboratory Equipment
Neurology Equipment
Physical Therapy Equipment
Radiation Equipment
Respiratory Equipment
Surgical Equipment
Veterinary Equipment

 

If you don’t see a particular piece of equipment or machinery above, contact us and we’ll be happy to discuss your particular equipment.

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