Valuation for Small Business Administration Loans
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- Background - when and why did SBA start requiring valuations
- When is an SBA valuation required
- Who is a “qualified source” of SBA valuations
- What is the purpose of an SBA valuation
- Getting an engagement
- Preparing the engagement letters and document requests
- Suggested valuation approaches and methods
- Preparing more ‘lender friendly’ valuation reports
- Commonly encountered issues
- Fees and turnaround times
- Getting paid
- Conclusion - Are SBA valuations a good fit for your firm?
- Describe when a valuation is required for SBA loans
- List qualifications required to be a source of SBA valuations
- Describe how an SBA valuation is different from other engagements
- Restate how to determine if SBA valuations a good fit for your firm
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