An equipment appraisal for your Oregon business is an unbiased opinion of value that is accurate, defensible, and completed by an accredited, qualified professional appraiser. Sencer Appraisal’s equipment valuations are managed by an Accredited Senior Appraiser of the American Society of Appraisers and certified as compliant with the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP).
Sencer Appraisal Associates provides professional appraisals of construction and transportation equipment, farm and food processing machinery, vineyard and winery equipment, medical equipment, lumber process equipment, and a wide variety of other commercial and institutional machinery and equipment in Portland, Salem, and Eugene, throughout Oregon, and across the United States.
With a west coast equipment appraiser and a team of qualified equipment valuers across the country available to help, we can provide comprehensive equipment valuation services across Oregon and the greater northwest.
Our Oregon Equipment Appraisal Customers
For over 65 years, Sencer Appraisal Associates has provided unbiased machinery and equipment appraisals for a wide range of industries. We’ve helped with requests for equipment values for machine shops in Medford, wineries and vineyards in Salem, medical and veterinary equipment in Portland, and the many other equipment types across the state. Accountants, small and large business owners, asset-based lenders, and attorneys rely on Sencer Appraisal for independent valuation services that you can count on.
Since 1955, we have worked with clients from all backgrounds in providing accurate valuations of their business property assets for a many purposes. For asset-based lending and buy/sell negotiations, litigation and due diligence, and purchase price allocations and financial reporting, our equipment valuation experts have been retained by Fortune 5 companies, legal firms, and financial institutes in virtually all industries, including agriculture, manufacturing, and construction.
Our expert machinery appraisers have experience with the valuation of:
- Construction and heavy equipment
- Farm, winery and vineyard equipment
- Manufacturing equipment
- Healthcare and medical equipment
- Machine shop and metalworking equipment
- Cannabis, hemp, and marijuana industry equipment
- Restaurant and food processing equipment
- … and the machinery and equipment in many more industries.
Oregon’s Accredited Machinery Appraisers
Every one of our equipment valuation reports is certified as compliant with the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP). Each machinery appraisal report is carefully put together by one of our Accredited Senior Appraisers of the American Society of Appraisers (ASA), one of the world’s most prominent valuation organizations.
The Accredited Senior Appraiser assigned to your valuation assignment will provide a convincing, credible, and defensive appraisal for your needs. Our appraisal reports will meet all necessary guidelines and requirements, including for the IRS, for GAAP / Financial Account Standard Board standards, for International Valuation Standards, and U.S. Small Business Administration requirements. Our appraisers have experience with the many value definitions that might apply to your project, such as fair value, fair market value, or a liquidation value.
Common Uses of Oregon Equipment Valuations
Oregon businesses use our equipment appraisals for a variety of reasons, including:
- Charitable contributions
- Corporate planning & due diligence
- Eminent domain
- Estate planning
- Expert witness needs and dispute resolution
- Financing and asset-based lending
- Insurance and damage loss
- Litigation, arbitration, bankruptcy, and divorce
- Mergers, acquisitions, and divestitures
- Property tax assessment
- Purchase price allocations and financial reporting
- Risk management
If you need USPAP-compliant equipment or machinery appraisals in Oregon—for just a few pieces of equipment or for an entire factory or plant—call our experienced appraisers today at 888-473-6237 and request a proposal.