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Have you ever considered obtaining a business valuation for your Raleigh or Durham business? If you haven’t, now is a good time to take action. Not only will a business valuation come in extremely useful if you’re considering selling your business (so that you have an informed perspective for formulating your asking price) but knowing what your business is worth is important in things like obtaining life insurance, doing estate planning or getting a loan.

But, all business valuations are not created equal, and some prove to be more accurate than others. At Viking Mergers & Acquisitions, our proprietary business valuation approach has a proven track record of accuracy. Let’s take a closer look at what our approach includes:


96%. When most businesses sell for 96% or more of the valuation number we provide, it speaks to our accuracy. And accuracy in your Raleigh based business valuation means that you can more confidently make decisions, comfortable that you aren’t leaving money on the table.


When it comes to providing business valuations and selling businesses, this isn’t our first rodeo. With twenty years and more than 500 successful business sales to our credit, we’re one of the Carolinas most successful business brokerage firms. Our sales brokers have worked with enough businesses to develop an understanding of ways that business owners can enhance the value of their business as well as things that business owners do that negatively impact their value. We put that wisdom and experience to work for your benefit, providing you with insightful advice on ways to make your business more irresistible to buyers.


Other business brokers take a “behind the curtain” approach to valuations, where they present you with a valuation number but resist sharing with you exactly how they arrived at it. Viking is different; we want our clients to understand the “why” behind the valuation numbers we provide and are completely transparent with how we derived at those numbers. We encourage and appreciate questions about our process so that we can ensure our clients are fully informed and feel confident about making decisions based on the numbers we provide.


Because many of our business brokers have been in your position—buying or selling their own businesses—we understand not just the business side but the emotional side of the process as well. This experience allows us to take a holistic view of the situation and provide you with insightful, real-world advice.


With more than 20 years of data at our fingertips, we have a keen understanding of industry benchmarks and can provide real information on how much other businesses like yours typically sell for. Combined with Raleigh/Durham area data that’s available to us, we’re well prepared to give you a data-informed answer on how your business compares to similar businesses on the market.



Thinking about selling your Raleigh-Durham business? You owe it to yourself to get a business valuation so you know where you stand. Not only do prospective buyers want insight as to how you arrived at your asking price, but you also want the peace of mind of knowing you’re getting every dollar your business is worth.

Obtaining a business valuation with Viking is simple; all you need is to pull together business paperwork and schedule your free appointment. Paperwork needed includes:

  • Info on any leases
  • Lists of equipment
  • Last 3 years of Federal tax returns
  • Interim Profit and Loss Statement (P&L), including balance sheet
  • Profit and Loss Statement (P&L), including balance sheet, for the last 3 years
  • Average value of inventory of saleable product on hand at any time of year
  • If real estate is included in the sale, your most recent real estate tax bill and appraisal
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