14 Years of Medical Practice Appraisal Experience
Ross Landreth has been appraising businesses full time for the last 14 years. The majority of medical practice appraisals are conducted by untrained and unqualified brokers. Ross has earned the designation of Senior Accredited Appraiser (ASA) from the highly regarded American Society of Appraisers. All appraisal services conducted conform with the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP). You won’t find a broker out there that can say this. How do I know? It’s simple: brokers are paid on commission. USPAP requires appraisers to structure their work as fee based. As a fee based business the valuation conclusion will not impact how we are paid. It doesn’t matter if you have a business worth $100,000 or 10 million, our fees will be the same. Whereas a broker taking 10% would have their fees range from $10,000 to $1 MILLION…
We offer 3 reporting options: Calculation of Value, Summary Apprasial and Full Appraisal. Prices range from $2,000-$6,000 depending on the complexity of your business.
There is nothing worse than bringing a knife to a gunfight. That’s what it is like when the other side brings a broker and you bring a qualified appraiser to determine the proper value of your buisness. Ross’s goal is to help you and your attorney get the proper information necessary to settle your dispute out of court. Ross’s litigation support hourly rate is $300.
Get an IRS Qualified Appraiser
Medical Valuations will provide you with USPAP conforming report which will satisfy the IRS’s reuirements for both a qualified appraiser and qualified appraisal report.
To provide the Medical and Dental community with independent, accurate, USPAP compliant, market and cash flow driven medcial practice appraisals.
With a fee based service, I don’t have any say in the valuation’s conclusion. I find that the buyer of a buisness typically thinks that the concluded value is too high; whereas, the seller thinks it is too low. As an appraiser, when you get that consenus you know that you have arrived at the appropriate fair market value for the business.