By By HM Team – Chester, Liverpool, Birkenhead
You may find yourself in a situation where you require a business valuation, for which there are many types. From a standard business valuation and property valuation, to a matrimonial valuation, a business valuation is essential in a variety of transactions and disputes.
A business valuation aims to calculate the market value of a business or business assets, such as property. A qualified business valuer will value a business to work out how much it’s worth using comparable sales data, for example, how much similar businesses were valued and subsequently sold for, along with using other ways to value a business.
In this blog, guest writer Paul Williamson from Selling My Business runs through the five types of available business valuations and situations where you would need one.