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


Office Hours
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

Three Key Factors in Business Valuation

The three key factors are profitability, growth and risk. Profitability, or more specifically, anticipated benefits will be the most important consideration by investors (i. e., buyers). Anticipated benefits will consider such items as the nature, capital structure, and historical performance. Growth considerations are generally the expected growth in earnings, along with the anticipated outlook for… Continue >>>

Top Five EBITDA Adjustments

Top Five EBITDA Adjustments Oftentimes, earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) are used as a proxy for a firm’s operating cash flow. While EBITDA can be interpreted in different ways, this type of earnings stream can be used to produce a value for a business or business interest by the application of a… Continue >>>

Looking Beyond Cash Flow to Build Company Value

A value-minded owner should search for ways to lower the company’s perceived risks to potential buyers or investors by: Creating a formal business plan. Forecasts and projections facilitate due diligence and demonstrate management depth. But buyers might critique a seller’s business plan and modify them with their own assumptions. Budgeted and actual results should be… Continue >>>

Seven Critical Reasons for Obtaining a Business Valuation

Estate & Gift Tax Planning When transferring shares in a corporation or interests in a limited liability company (LLC), having a business valuation performed, prior to any transfer, will determine what the shares or interests are worth to help stand up to any IRS scrutiny. If the value of your interest, plus the value of… Continue >>>

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