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Asset Appraisals and Due Diligence Services

Hilco Valuation Services is one of the world’s largest and most diversified business asset appraisers and valuation advisors. It would be difficult to name an industry that we have not served, an asset category we have not appraised, nor a valuation service we have not provided.

Headquartered in the Chicago area, Hilco Valuation Services has offices in key cities around the world and provides services on five continents.

We have expertise in a wide range of Asset Classes, including Inventory, Machinery and Equipment, Real Estate, and Enterprise Valuation. From Aerospace and Financial Services to Retail and Energy to Healthcare and Technology, we have delivered valuations for all industries. And we have provided services from Lending and Financial Reporting to Enterprise Planning and Litigation Support.

Perspectives

Automotive Smarter Perspective Q4

Smarter Perspective - Automotive Q4 - The Sales Streak has been Extended to Five Years

The United States light-duty new vehicle market has exceeded 17 million units four years running and the general pessimism at the outset of 2019 has waned with each passing month. If the labor market remains strong, which is one sign of a healthy economy, some analysts believe consumers will continue to support a 17 million unit market.
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The Evolving Story of Steel and Aluminum Tariffs

In a previous Hilco Valuation Services article from last July, we provided an early assessment of the implementation of the Section 232 tariffs on the steel and aluminum markets.
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The Toll of Taxes and Tariffs on U.S. Housing and the Lumber Market

The Trump administration tax policies enacted toward the end of 2017 first showed signs of a positive impact very early in 2018.
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Automotive Parts Perspective Q3 2019

Hilco Smart Insights: Automotive Parts Perspectives Q3 2019

Net sales for the Hilco Parts Index (HPI) totaled $64.1 billion for the third quarter of 2019, a 5.7% increase from one year earlier and 1.5% higher than the second quarter of this year. Weather conditions returned to normal in the third quarter and all six companies in the index posted solid results for the quarter in line with internal expectations
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Founded in 1909, Los Angeles-based Dearden’s was one of Southern California’s oldest businesses, selling furniture, appliances and home goods, mostly to the lower-income Latino market. In June of 2017, the retailer’s management team began an organized wind-down. Dearden's elected to close all eight of its retail stores and monetize its receivable portfolio.

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News

The Toll of Taxes and Tariffs on U.S. Housing and the Lumber Market

Jun 20, 2019

The Trump administration tax policies enacted toward the end of 2017 first showed signs of a positive impact very early in 2018. Economic growth, which had been stagnant at about 2% since recovery from the “Great Recession,” began to increase and home building accelerated in the first half of 2018. This, along with certain supply issues that limited lumber production, markedly drove up lumber prices during the first six months of 2018.

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