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“What’s my business worth?” It’s certainly a question that’s at the top of your mind if you’re thinking about selling a business. But since your business is part of your net worth, it’s something you may also want to know because you’re applying for a loan, getting life insurance or doing estate planning.

No matter your reason for wanting a business valuation, the business professionals at Viking Mergers & Acquisitions can help. We’ll guide you step-by-step through our proprietary business valuation process, giving you data-driven answers to your business value questions. Let’s take a closer look at the Viking business valuation process.


Don’t take the chance of leaving money on the table or setting your business price too high to discourage a timely sale. A business valuation / appraisal with Viking will provide you with an extremely accurate market price. In fact, the valuations we provide are consistently within 5% of the selling price. Once you know the value of your business, you can confidently make informed decisions about your business and your future.

How can Viking’s valuations be so accurate? Because our advisors / intermediaries & partners understand the nuances of business financials, and know which numbers to focus on.


For more than 20 years, Viking has helped business owners just like you to achieve top dollar for their businesses; we’re one of Charleston’s leading business brokers and have more than 500 successful sales under our belt. And because of that vast experience, we also have a clear understanding of how to increase your business’ value. We’ll bring all of that experience to the table, providing you with expert guidance and actionable insights to ensure you get the most out of your business sale.


There’s not some sort of magic formula Viking uses to determine what your business is worth⁠. We prefer to rely on good old data, numbers and market conditions to draw our conclusions. And, when we share your business valuation with you, we show you the math and data used to arrive at your final number. Our goal is to ensure that you have all your questions answered and feel completely comfortable with your valuation. We want to be 100% certain that it reflects your businesses real value.


We’ve been in your shoes. Most of Viking’s brokers have created, bought or sold businesses of their own, so we have experienced the process from your side of the table. We understand that numbers don’t necessarily tell the whole story, and our valuation process takes this into account. All of this means that you can count on expert, empathetic service from every member of the Viking team.


When you ask your business broker a question, do you want to hear their best guess or their data-driven answer? Because we’ve been in business so long, Viking has more than 20 years of sales data to which we may refer. Analyzing our own data and data from other industry brokers, we’re able to give you solid answers, insights and guidance that are based on real trends, not just gut feelings.



If you’re even thinking about selling your Charleston / Mt. Pleasant business, strongly consider getting a professional business appraisal or valuation. Doing so earlier in the process can help inform your future decisions and will allow you to appropriately represent your business to potential buyers.

Any buyer knows that the sales number has to make sense…⁠and if it doesn’t, they’re asking tough questions. Working with Viking, we’ll prepare you for the due diligence process, giving you the info you need to answer questions and move forward.

Interested in getting a business valuation for your Charleston – Mt. Pleasant business? Here’s a quick list of the paperwork you need to gather:

  • Federal tax returns for the past 3 years
  • Lease info
  • Equipment list
  • Interim Profit and Loss Statement (P&L), including balance sheet
  • Profit and Loss Statements for the last 3 years, including balance sheets
  • The average value of your saleable product on hand at any time of year
  • If real estate is included, your most recent real estate tax bill and appraisal
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