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31
Jan

A Special Purpose Property is defined in the SBA Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) 50 10 5(I) as “a limited market property with a unique physical design, special construction materials, or a layout that restricts its utility to the specific use for which it was built.” The most popular examples of Special Purpose Properties that SBA lenders finance include hotels, […]

12
May

The SBA has released an updated version of its Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) 50 10 5(H), which is effective May 1, 2015. The following discussion highlights key revisions in the SOP which affect both business appraisals and real estate appraisals, along with the author’s comments.   Terminology   Throughout the SOP, the term “business valuation” […]

31
Jan

Rules of thumb can be useful to determine if a proposed business transaction seems reasonable prior to accepting an SBA loan application. However, most businesses are unique, and applying a rule of thumb without additional analysis can be dangerous.   Using a rule of thumb approach is a simplified form of the market approach, in […]

10
Mar

Business valuations compiled for SBA purposes are complex, often containing over 80 pages of financials, projections and analysis.  Unfortunately, many readers are tempted to skim the summary page for the conclusion of value, and close the file.  This can be a costly mistake.  SBA loan officers and underwriters should familiarize themselves with the essential sections […]

03
Sep

There is a common characteristic between a manufacturing company and an MRI clinic: both tend to utilize expensive equipment ‐ equipment that lenders can use as collateral (assuming it is unencumbered). Accordingly, many lenders have engaged our firm to compile separate equipment appraisals for the fixed assets, instead of relying on the net book value. […]

03
Sep

Depreciation is not a precise measurement of “reduction in value” from original cost. It is an estimate of the decrease in the useful life of an asset, and the ‘useful life’ is an arbitrary measurement, consistently applied for accounting purposes. Therefore, the net book value may not represent the ‘true value’ of the equipment on […]

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