Business Valuation Adelaide

Are you looking for a business valuation in the Adelaide area? If so, contact Business Reports and Values. BRV will provide a concise and understandable business valuation at an affordable cost. We  value businesses Australia wide, and can usually complete a business valuation report within seven days of being provided with the relevant details. Being one of the leading business valuation experts in Australia, we have valued a diverse range of private, public and multi-national companies for various reasons.

We  have conducted numerous valuations for Family Law matters and we are often called upon to provide expert witness reports in accordance with Family Law Rules. In fact over 80% of our business valuations are for legal purposes.

Business Reports and Values provides business valuations for:


Family Law

Business sale


Professional Practice

I.P. Valuation

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Business Valuation is not an exact science. Several valuation methods and guidelines exist for each type of business valuation. Application of these must be tempered by professional judgement and experience. The  process quite often involves comparing several different approaches. The valuer then selects the best method, based on  knowledge and experience. To be accurate, comprehensive business valuations should take into account all aspects of the company’s business. These aspects will include factors which may be difficult to value and that do not show up on financial statements.

To maximise the value of your company or business, you need to develop a plan with clearly defined goals. However, you can’t expect to achieve a goal until you understand where to begin, what kind of challenges you face, and how to monitor your progress along the way.

The first step in building value is to understand how much your business is currently worth and which factors determine your businesses's  value.

Every business owner should have their business valued by a qualified valuer at least once every five years and when business circumstances change. This will give a business owner a greater understanding of the company's value over time.