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During the talks, we find out objective of assessment and the cost of customer interest, since it is obvious that the price of any property is located within its liquidation value and market value, among which - the replacement cost, insurance cost, liquidation cost and other kinds of cost. In addition, we find out the level of complexity and timing of works and also we discuss the cost of the assessment.

After a preliminary acquaintance with the object of assessment by a specialist, an assessment agreement, which reflects all the previously agreed with the customer, the essential terms of the contract (subject, object of assessment, the purpose, type the value, date of assessment, etc.), is signed. In addition, the agreement states rights and responsibilities of parties to the agreement, the terms of the privacy assessment results, the information used during its execution, the responsibility of the parties, fixing the property rights to the Assessment Report (the number of copies, the rights of its publication, citation, transfer to the third parties).

The presence or absence in the agreement of any conditions does not relieve the appraiser of the responsibility to comply with professional ethics and, above all, the requirements for maximum protection of the client’s interests. The most important thing to determine project estimate cost is the collection of reliable information regarding the object of assessment.

Information about the object being evaluated, as a rule, is formed on the basis of the following sources:

  • Documentation provided by the Customer at the appraiser’s request;
  • Results of the appraiser’s object of assessment inspection;
  • Results of interviews with top managers of the object of assessment.

The appraiser must gather and analyze all relevant information about the object:

  • Baseline data about its legal status (title, property rights, land use conditions, etc.);
  • Information on the composition of the property and its technical characteristics;
  • Financial statements, technical, manufacturing, market information about the company and individual assets (over the past 3-5 years if it is possible);
  • Financial and economic characteristics of the object of assessment, including actual and projected income and expenses from the current or most efficient use of the object of assessment;
  • Legal or other restrictions associated with the object of assessment.

The collected information may be of three types:

  • Standard information, which significantly affects the value of the property, which include the documentation on the legal status of the object, the accounting and financial reporting, project documentation, the documentation of the condition, contractual relationships, and other important aspects of the enterprise;
  • Variable information that, according to the Contractor, may be useful for the highest quality assessment: a variety of business plans, forecasts of production and sales, brochures, booklets and other information about products, customers, suppliers, letters of intent;
  • Application forms and questionnaires compiled by the appraiser and filled with representatives of the Customer relating to the characteristics of the property assessed, its condition and developmental perspectives.

The assessment process is primarily a creative process inherent in the Contractor’s directly assess who is learning from many masters, adds the results of his personal experience and analysis, and creates its own system for determining the value of an object.

The main objective in the assessment is to find arguments in favor of the result and leave no seller’s doubt about the very value of the property being sold, and convince the buyer in perspective and optimal investment.

Drafting of the Assessment Report

The Assessment Report is the last, but essential stage of the appraiser work. General requirements to the Report are set in the national assessment standards. Specific requirements to the Report are usually set by the customer.

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