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Valuing real property owned by a real estate holding company usually involves utilizing three approaches to value: the Cost Approach, Income Approach and Sales Comparison Approach. A general description of these approaches is included below.
Depending on data available, all three of these approaches are normally utilized to help determine the value of the property held by a real estate holding company. Any other assets (e.g., cash, receivables, etc.) or liabilities (e.g., mortgages, accrued taxes, etc.) of the company must also be considered.
When valuing less than a 100% ownership interest in the company, the valuation analyst must also consider any discounts applicable to the subject interest. Depending on the circumstances, it is likely that a minority ownership interest in a privately held real estate holding entity would be impacted by some degree of lack of marketability, and/or lack of control. Analyzing applicable operating/partnership and/or buy/sell agreements for the entity is one place to start in order to help identify various factors that could impact the level of marketability and control associated with the subject interest.
Schneider Downs has significant experience preparing real estate holding company valuations. For more information about Schneider Downs' business valuation and other business advisory services, please contact us.
This article was updated on May 7, 2020. Updates to this article will be made as new information becomes available. Since late March, the U.S. Small Business ...
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