Tax and Financial Accounting
Having spent 10 years collectively inside a Big 4 business valuation practice the principals of AMC refined the art of real estate valuations in support of the business valuation process. Since 1990 the principals of AMC have participated in over 350 real estate valuations in support of the business valuation process for a host of Tax and Financial Advisory Firms. The bulk of this work was in the area of allocation of purchase price (ASC 805) with domestic and international coverage.
Through the use of elegant financial models the AMC team has consistently provided valuations that are highly credible (via multiple valuation methods) and very cost effective.
Our understanding of the subtle, yet significant, difference between market value and going-concern value can account for millions of dollars in allocation. Furthermore, working with and understanding the challenges the Business Valuation team encounters allows us to accurately reflect the value impact of sub-optimal business units on specific real estate assets.
The following are just some of the notable engagements AMC participated in:
7-Eleven – Teamed with a leading Business Advisory firm for Japanese Tax Filing purposes to provide valuations for over 6,000 convenience stores in North America, both leased and owned, and with/without gas stations. Our methodology allowed for individual valuations of each component - land (were applicable), building and site improvement - for all 6,000+ properties.
National Retail Portfolio Valuation – Quarterly and annual valuation services for a 19 property, 3.8 million square foot portfolio of power-centers and retail shopping center throughout the United States held by on overseas publically traded holding firm.
Knowledge Learning Corporation – ASC 805, valuation for allocation of 124-owned day care center sites throughout the continental United States. Methodology included the Income Approach and Cost Approach.
Shaw’s Supermarkets – ASC 805, valuation of 218 owned and leased grocery stores located throughout the northeast utilizing the Income Approach and Cost Approach. This included a large number of leasehold interest valuations and capitalized leasehold valuations.
Union Station – Cost Segregation Study, teamed with a Big 4 accounting firm to provide the underlying asset value of the St. Louis Union Station, a mixed use retail/hospitality property comprising of 180,000 square feet of retail space an a 538 room Hyatt Hotel.
General Growth Properties – Cost Segregation Study, teamed with a Big 4 accounting firm to provide underlying asset values for the 2003 acquisitions of 10 malls around the United States.
Solo Sweetheat – ASC 805, valued the real estate assets comprising 13 industrial manufacturing facilities located throughout the United States.
Gate Gourmet – ASC 805, domestic and international real estate valuation of 28 food preparation facility at major international airports in the United States and Europe.
Contact The Austin McGuire Company today to discuss how we can assist you with all your corporate valuation needs.