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So you’d like to know what your Greenville business is worth. That’s understandable! Whether you’re interested in selling your business or trying to get an idea of your net worth for a life insurance policy or estate planning, knowing your business’ real value lets you make informed decisions. But how do you come to an accurate figure? What numbers, market factors and other elements are important in determining your Greenville business’ real value?

Don’t stake your future on best guesses—choose a firm that has a proven, data-driven approach to developing business valuations. At Viking Mergers & Acquisitions, our proprietary business valuation process considers a number of factors to create a highly accurate valuation estimate for your business. Here’s more about how our process works for business’ in Greenville and Spartanburg South Carolina:


How does your business measure up to others in the industry? What’s the “going rate” for similar businesses in this area? Viking’s extensive business selling experience means that we have access to years of our own comparable sales statistics, as well as statistics of other brokers in the industry. We can provide you benchmark data for your business based on actual data, not best guesses or anecdotal information.


We’ve been where you are, literally. Because most of our business intermediaries (advisors) have owned and sold their own businesses, we have a keen understanding of the stresses, emotions and hard work that goes into the process. We’ve also successfully sold hundreds of other businesses for business owners just like you. Both of these things have shaped and informed our valuation process.


Unlike other business brokers who hide their valuation process behind smoke and mirrors, Viking’s is fully transparent. When we present you with your business valuation / appraisal, we’ll also share with you how we came to that number, answering your questions and addressing your concerns before we ever move forward with the sales process. We want you to have a clear understanding of why we valued your business at the level we did.


Over the past twenty years, our business brokers have successfully closed more than 500 business sales, so we have a plethora of real-world sales experience. And over the years, we’ve observed the things that business owners can do to improve their business’ value as well as the things business owners do that drop their business’ value. We’ll share that vast knowledge with you, helping you maximize the value of your hard work and ensuring that you don’t leave money on the table.


Our business valuations are on the mark, and our track record proves this. Fact: businesses that receive a business appraisal / valuation from Viking typically sell for 96% or more of our original valuation. Fact: Viking valuations are typically accurate within 5% of the business’ selling price. Want a business valuation you can truly bank on? Choose Viking.



Savvy business owners understand the need to be able to present potential buyers with a valuation—and one that will stand up to the scrutiny of the due diligence process. It’s important to get it right the first time or you may lose your chance to connect with the right buyer at the right price.

Preparing for a valuation is as simple as gathering paperwork from your accountant or bookkeeper. Here’s a quick list of what Viking needs to prepare a valuation for your Greenville / Spartanburg, SC business:

  • U.S. Federal tax returns (3 Years worth)
  • Interim Profit and Loss Statement (P and L), including balance sheet
  • Profit and Loss Statements (P and L), including balance sheets (3 Years worth)
  • List of Equipment Owned
  • The average value of your saleable product / service
  • Copy of tax bill on real estate; if the real estate may be included in the sale
  • Copy of any real estate appraisal that is available
  • Lease information
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