USPAP Compliant Machinery & Equipment Appraisals

Appraisal Information

Why a Certified Machinery & Equipment Appraisal is required  by business owners, CPA's, Attorneys, Lenders and others?

Business owners, attorneys, bankers, bank examiners, CP'A, court receivers and others need to evaluate the proper value of an individual's or businesses assets for a variety of reasons.  This may include but not limited to primary and intuitional financing and refinancing, business mergers and acquisitions, estate and gift planning, insurable value, divorce settlements, share holder disputes, bankruptcy and litigation support.

 The ability to provide a substantiated estimate of  the value of machinery, equipment or personal property at any given time requires the specialized skills of a professional who has the expertise, experience and certification to determine its true fair market value.  Whether you need to know the fair market value or other standards of value such as orderly liquidation value, forced liquidation value or salvage value only a Certified Machinery & Equipment Appraisal Firm that provides a USPAP compliant report will hold up under scrutiny of financial institutions, auditors, government agencies, buyers, sellers, shareholders and partners. 

Eagle Creek Appraisal & Intermediary Services is the right firm to choose.


Our firm has over 40 years of experience in our related fields including equipment, machinery and other asset procurement and disposition, appraisal and valuation of assets as well as business valuation.  Our team has been certified through the CMEA, IBBA and others with professional designations and certifications that require extensive continuing education, recertification and peer review.  All  processes and deliverables observe the highest standards of professional ethics and comply with the regulations mandated by the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP). 

Our firm has the training, certifications, skills and experience to provide the client and intended users needs.  For a detail of our firms Appraisal Process see the Our Process tab.