REAL PROPERTY AND BUSINESS VALUATION
Persuasive and credible valuations are essential to fair application of the law, and critical in high-stakes situations. For example: avoiding and resolving disputes, and successful tax compliance. Dennis Webb is a thought leader, national speaker, innovator and valuation expert. He has established and codified methods of determining value for partnerships and common tenancy interests in real estate, business value attributed to special-use property, and other complex business valuations. These all incorporate the exclusive Three Keys to Valuation Success technology that Primus Valuations® has been using for more than 25 years with unparalleled results.
Primus Valuations provides valuation services emphasizing practice areas that involve both business valuation and real property appraisal disciplines. These include asset holding companies (hard-to-value partnership and other real estate interests) and asset values as part of a going concern, as well as operating businesses and real property.
Consultancy services help you see the many ways of looking at value before you take action. You might be developing an agreement that provides for partner buyouts, dealing with agitated limited partners, developing an estate strategy for transferring assets, establishing value for the assets of a business, planning an acquisition, negotiating value between shareholders, planning litigation strategies, or be in many other situations where values are at issue.
Mr. Webb has supported dispute resolution cases since 1994 for district court, superior court, bankruptcy court and arbitrations. Cases have addressed a wide range of property and business issues, including fractional interest damages, partnership dissolution, title and construction defects, valuation standards, legal malpractice, lost profits, view and privacy impairments, leases and others. In addition to litigation support as expert witness, he also acts as a consultant to counsel, advising on valuation-related evidence, premises, options and strategies.
Persuasive valuation reports provide evidence for value you can rely on. The problem is that every provider of valuation reports can say the same thing. How can you know what is persuasive and what is not? On the one hand, it seems simple. What is the story that needs to be told? The story is what wins. Of course, the story needs to be founded on a deep understanding of valuation process, and must connect directly with the company and/or assets being valued.