Business Valuations

Business  Appraisers in Maryland:

  • Anne Arundel County
    • Annapolis, MD
    • Glen Burnie, MD
    • Gambrills, MD
  • Baltimore County
    • Owings Mills, MD
    • Towson, MD
    • Gwynn Oak, MD
    • Randallstown, MD
  • Baltimore City
  • Calvert County
    • Chesapeake Beach, MD
    • Lusby, MD
    • Prince Frederick, MD
    • Port Republic, MD
  • Charles County
    • Waldorf, MD
    • La Plata, MD
    • Bryans Road, MD
    • White Plains, MD
  • Howard County
    • Columbia, MD
    • Ellicott City, MD
  • Montgomery County
    • Rockville, MD
    • Silver Spring, MD
    • Gaithersburg, MD
    • Tacoma Park, MD
    • Bethesda, MD
  • Prince Georges County
    • Accokeek, MD
    • Bladensburg, MD
    • Brandywine, MD
    • Beltsville, MD
    • Bowie, MD
    • Lanham, MD
    • Laurel, MD
    • Clinton, MD
    • Riverdale, MD
    • College Park, MD
    • Fort Washington, MD
    • Oxon Hill, MD
    • Greenbelt, MD
    • Capital Heights, MD
    • Bowie, MD
    • Upper Marlboro, MD
    • District Heights, MD
  • St. Mary's County
    • Charlotte Hall, MD
    • Mechanicsville, MD
    • Lexington Park, MD
    • Leonardtown, MD

Business Appraisers in Northern Virginia:

Business Appraisers in Washington, DC:

Business Appraisals

Paige Appraisals, LLC offers a wide range of Business Appraisals and Valuation services for a small to medium size business. The following is an overview of the business valuation process and appraisal services we offer:   

Business Appraisal Services:


We help define the value for buying or selling of a business or professional practice. We can also establish the value for partial ownership interest.

Value is can also be established to avoid potential future problems for stockholders and partnership buyouts. This valuation process can greatly simplify negotiations during the term of the operating agreement.


An independent business appraisal is required for certain SBA loan packages. We prepare a "summary limited" appraisal report following SBA's Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) guidelines 50 10 5(b) effective September 1, 2009 and the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) requirements for lending purposes. 

INTANGIBLE ASSETS (Intellectual Property):

For economic analysis and valuation purposes, it is often necessary to distinguish between tangible and intangible assets, as well as between real property and personal property assets. These distinctions are important for a variety of accounting, legal, financial and taxation reasons.

Financial Reporting Valuation (Intangible Assets and Goodwill):

Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) requires valuation services for allocation of the acquisition purchase price among tangible assets, identification and classification of any intangible assets, such as, patents, copyrights, trademarks, trade secrets, etc. for compliance purposes. 


Paige Appraisals, LLC goal is to make your experience with us a good one. The following provides you with an overview of a typical business valuation/appraisal assignment.

Step 1 - The Consultation:

Under this phase we ask specific questions to get a clear picture of your situation and need for a business valuation. We will provide you with solutions and any recommendations concerning your particular issues or and answers to your questions.

We charge no fees consultations, and you are under no obligation.  

Step 2 – The Engagement Phase:

After conducting a needs analysis and plan to address your needs, we will prepare a "professional service agreement" explaining in detail what is to be valued, along with the purpose or use of the appraisal results. The agreement will outline our fee costs and arrangement for payment.

Step 3 – Documentation:

This phase requires us to obtain necessary and relevant information to perform the appraisal. As in most business valuation assignments, we will provide you with a "request for documents" and "questionnaire" forms for your completion.

Step 4 – The Valuation:

During this period we analyze financial information and adjust operational cash flows. We search for economic and industry demographic information relating to your particular business or practice. We then reconcile the different indications of value produced by various valuation methods to form a final opinion of value.

Step 5 - Reporting:

Paige Appraisals offers a wide range of appraisal services to fit your needs. You can choose from of one three standard types of business valuation reports (Formal, Limited or Restricted Use) base on your needs and budget.

Each reporting style is different and recommended based on the purpose and use. The following is short description of the different types of business valuation reports that we offer, along with a short description.

Formal Appraisal Report is a comprehensive study of the business, its markets and industry in which it competes. We analyze five-years of financial information, along with conducting an on-site visit and interview the owner or management. Generally applicable for: IRS filings and litigation.

Limited Appraisal Report is a selective study of the business with limited market and industry analysis. We will analyze three-to-five years of financial information. We interview management and may conduct an on-site tour of the business. Generally applicable for: Mid-size buy/sell transactions, family succession planning and intellectual property.

Restricted Use Appraisal Report provides an estimate of value without any supporting documents. This report type omits non-essential information and is intended and restricted to internal use only. Generally applicable for: verification of purchase price and smaller buy/sell transactions.