Veterinary Practice Valuation is important:
- For retirement and estate planning
- When you are ready to sell all or part of your practice
- When you are ready to buy
- When you want to know how much your practice is worth
- When you’re preparing an exit strategy
PS Broker should provide your veterinary practice valuation because:
- PS Broker has a certified valuation analyst on staff
- 30+ years in veterinary practice valuations
- We specialize in the sales, acquisitions, and valuations of veterinary practices – exclusively
- We provide an in-depth telephone conference, written summary, and financial spreadsheet
- Our valuations are highly-regarded throughout the industry as accurate, realistic, and reliable
- We refund your valuation fee when you allow us to sell your practice
PS Broker will help you with veterinary practice valuation, whether you’re looking to purchase a veterinary practice or sell your own. With more than thirty years of firsthand experience, we know just how important valuation is. Reach out to us today to set up a veterinary practice valuation.
The Differences Between Valuation and Appraisal
When it comes to determining the value of a veterinary practice, people tend to use veterinary practice appraisal and valuation interchangeably. This, however, is an inaccurate view. Veterinary practice appraisals legally refer to the physical property of the practice, or the real estate. Valuation however, refers to the non-real estate assets of the business, equipment, inventory, client database, etc. The difference is important. Generally speaking, many practices that we deal with operate out of leased facilities. So, in our buying, selling and valuation process there is often no real estate involved.