Opinion of Market Value

(limited December promotion)

December Promo Offer

E|Enginuity is growing and setting up new regional offices across the US and Canada. As part of our expansion model, we offer AEC firms in the areas of our new office something valuable as an introduction to our firm and services.


If you would like to have a comprehensive Market Valuation performed for your company at no cost or obligation,  we will do so as part of our entry into your geographic area. Unlike the numerous free valuations offered by various companies that use canned models, our valuations are AEC specific and historically very accurate.



Click on the two red buttons to access the Non Disclosure Agreement & Questionnaire. Download the forms; fill them out, attach the financial statements listed in the questionnaire (they do not have to be audited at this point), and send the files to us at valuation@eenginuity.com . You will receive your Market Valuation in 2-3 weeks after submission.

If you have questions, feel free to call us at                                877.211.9773.

There are many reasons why AEC firms should know their value for it many times is the basis for planning your ultimate sale and transition to a new owner or for growth with additional folded in satellite acquisitions. Additionally, it can provide clarity and reality to the expectation. Better to have facts than rumor when making such a critical decision.


One of E|Enginuity's popular service is its comprehensive "Opinion of Market Value" for its AEC clients and associates.


It is bundled as part of the standard sell-side package, or it can be ordered independently. This service, using a custom model that EE has developed over almost 40 years, is known throughout the mergers and acquisitions world as well as in the AEC industries as probably the most accurate analysis of an AEC firm's ultimate value in terms of selling price and expected terms. It is accurate usually to within 10% of ultimate purchase price and not only provides you with a number and range, but goes much further in suggesting a typical currency structure to expect. Very few AEC companies sell for all cash at closing, but instead usually have a mix of cash at closing, deferred cash in the form of a earn out, and sometimes parent company equity.