M&E Appraisal Associates, Inc. (“M&EAA”) are expert South Carolina inventory appraisers.
M&EAA provides inventory appraisals for use by South Carolina business owners, corporations, financial institutions and asset based lenders, accountants, attorneys and other legal professionals.
South Carolina inventory appraisals that are accomplished for secured lenders or are related to a loan transaction are typically prepared on the basis of Forced Liquidation Value or Orderly Liquidation Value. Fair Market Value and Fair Value appraisals are used for ad valorem tax and FASB (Financial Accounting Standards Board) requirements.
South Carolina’s manufacturing industries are dependent on the state’s agricultural products as well as on water power. The textile and clothing industries, centered in the Piedmont region of the state, are tied to the region’s abundant cotton crop. Lumber and related enterprises, such as the production of pulp and paper products are also very important state industries. Other leading state industries are chemicals, machinery, and automobiles. South Carolina’s mineral resources are of minor importance to the economy, although materials such as cement, stone, clay, sand and gravel are processed throughout the state. In agricultural production, tobacco and soybeans now rival cotton as as the states most important cash crops. For more information on South Carolina industry, go to the South Carolina Department of Commerce website.
Gregory F. Feinsinger, CMEA is the president of M&EAA.
Greg is a certified machinery & equipment appraiser, and has over 25 years of machinery & equipment appraisal, inventory appraisal, and medical equipment appraisal experience.
To discuss the specifics of your prospective inventory appraisal, please call our office at (844) VALUEME (825-8363).