Through an appraisal, our client learned that his business’ real estate was very valuable. He asked Next Point to complete a value estimate of his company’s enterprise value if it were to be sold as a going concern.
He learned that the real estate would be worth more to a buyer in another use and that it did not add any value to the company or its customers. We determined that in order to maximize value, the company should be consolidated into another operation and the real estate should be sold through separate transactions. Next Point conducted a search for a buyer who would see value in the company without the real estate.