Business Valuation Calculator

Please provide the information requested to calculate your market valuation. We can only provide a valuation report on Lease hold businesses. Click here if you are a Freehold or Business Only , or if your business type is not shown in the 'Select your sector' choice below.

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Looking to sell a business?

Looking to buy or finance that business you’ve always dreamed of buying?
Your first step? Get in touch for a FREE business valuation!

Once you have your free company valuation, we can discuss the valuation in more detail and use that information to help you sell your business quickly, for the best possible price.

Read our extensive guide on how to sell your business to learn, in-depth, how to prepare your business for sale and how we at Hilton Smythe help you sell efficiently.

How does the Value my Business calculator work?

The Value My Business calculator takes the information you input and performs a series of calculations in the background to give you a likely range of values within which you might expect to successfully sell your business. These calculations use actual sold data that we hold and applies this data to the information you provide.

How much is my business worth?

How to value a business

There are many ways to gain a business valuation. However, to make sure you get the best possible price when selling your business, you should seek expert advice from a business broker such as Hilton Smythe.

The 3 main ways you can establish the initial price are:

Multiple of profits
Asset Value
DCF (Discounted Cash Flow)

Good luck!

If all this seems too much, don’t worry, you’re not alone. You can learn more about these methods in our detailed blog post or in our guides here. Alternatively, get in touch and have one of our team help put a value on your business without obligation.

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