Protecting value starts with an objective evaluation of value and risks. CED is the market leader in valuations and inspections.
What is the value of your business premises and inventory? This is a question that arises in the context of balance sheet valuation, when taking out a loan, or in the case of a company takeover.
A house, business premises, a company’s equipment: owners want to protect all of these major assets – with insurance, for instance – and good insurance begins with an accurate valuation by CED.
Protecting value begins with objectively determining value and risks. What is the rebuilding cost of a home or commercial premises? What are the risks of fire, burglary or water damage?
Insurance adds something of value to a company: continuity. An appraisal by CED generates a well-substantiated overall figure, thus avoiding possible underinsurance.
Reliable and objective about value
Protecting value starts with objectively determining value and risks. What is the reconstruction value of a home or commercial building? What risks of fire, burglary or water damage are there? What preventive measures would minimize these risks? CED, with the largest national network of valuers and inspectors at its disposal, guarantees an objective and reliable valuation of your property. We do this in the most cost-efficient manner: whenever possible we carry out assessment and valuation by remote control using advanced tools; in other cases, if so required, a valuer or inspector will visit you on location. Thus, your customers can make the right decisions with confidence.
Are you applying for credit, or selling a business? Then we can estimate the private sale value of your inventory. If you want to revalue assets, we provide a valuation of the inventory according to its replacement or going-concern value. For commercial valuations of buildings, your bank or accountant will specify the appropriate basis for the valuation. Whatever the issue, with CED you’ll always get the best economic valuation.