Phoenix, AZ Office
13225 West Wilshire Dr
Goodyear, AZ 85395
623-935-2112


New Mexico Office
3300 N. Butler Ave. #203
Farmington, NM 87401
505-258-8821


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Mon-Thurs 9:00-4:00


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Welcome to American Business Appraisers

Specializing in Business Valuations, Machinery & Equipment Appraisal

American Business Appraisers is nationally recognized for performing business valuations and machinery & equipment appraisals. Our certified appraisers help defined the tangible and intangible asset values for family-owned and closely-held businesses, professional practices, limited liability companies, corporations, and partnerships.

The valuation profession is a highly specialized field requiring a solid foundation of experience, continuing education, and professional integrity. In today’s litigation climate, a qualified and certified appraiser can serve as either an expert witness or consultant to an attorney regarding business valuations or equipment appraisals.

Every individual situation is different and not everyone requires our certified appraisal services. Sometimes just talking with one of our appraisers is all that may be necessary. With our initial consultation, there is no cost or obligation to you.

We promise you two things:

  1. To invest a reasonable amount of time to gain an understanding of your specific requirements.
  2. Our communication will be kept confidential.

We are an independently owned affiliate of the American Business Appraisers National Network, which brings the best resources together from multiple offices located throughout the United States to complete all types of business valuations or machinery and equipment appraisal assignments. We welcome the opportunity to discuss any questions you may have about business valuation or machinery and equipment appraisal issues.

We serve clients nationwide with offices in Arizona and New Mexico!

Latest News and Business Highlights

Very Basics of Business Valuation

The term “value” means different things to different individuals. I’m not sure who made that statement many years ago, but it still holds true today. The perceived value depends on the interpretations, circumstances and role of the shareholder(s). Without carefully defining the term “value”, a conclusion reached in a valuation report will have no meaning.… Continue >>>

Goodwill and its Importance to the Business

What exactly does the term “goodwill” mean when it comes to buying or selling a business? Usually, the term “goodwill” is a reference to all the effort that an individual(s) puts into a business over the years that he or she has operated that business. In a sense, goodwill is the difference between an array… Continue >>>

IRS Estate Audits

The Federal estate tax is a tax on the transfer property at death. It is applied to estates for which at-death gross assets, the “gross estate”, exceeds the filing threshold. Included in the gross estate are real estate, cash, stocks, bonds, businesses, and decedent-owned life insurance policies. Deductions are allowed for administrative expenses, indebtedness, taxes,… Continue >>>

Startup Valuation Assignments

Startup type businesses get valued at various stages in their evolution. The key point here is startups need to undergo a series of valuation exercises at regular intervals; and the exercise is typically performed with limited financial data being available for the appraiser to use (with limited data being the norm). There are many approaches… Continue >>>

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