It's important to have an eye on the market when valuing heavy equipment. We discussed the current market saturation of used combines earlier this month, but combines aren't the only asset type experiencing market saturation. Watch Bill Albaugh talk about some other asset types that are seeing market-induced constraints on values.
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A large part of the valuation process for farm and construction equipment is examining the condition, age, usage and specifications of the assets. But a proper valuation also takes into account the nature of the market and the supply or saturation of similar assets in the area. Watch Bill Albaugh describe what he is seeing regarding the current market saturation of used combines and how that consideration must impact the values of trade-ins of harvesting equipment.
Dusty Reynolds is HeavyWorth's founder and visionary. He works equally hard at keeping us pointed in the right direction as he does finding equipment dealerships who could benefit from using our platform to streamline their equipment valuation processes. With his midwestern background and diverse professional resume, he has a knack for quickly understanding business problems and devising workable solutions.
We're hosting a webinar on Thursday, March 4, at 2 p.m. central. A live round table discussion will feature the HeavyWorth team discussing what we're seeing in the field as we have conversations with equipment dealers and the pain points they're facing when trying to integrate disparate software products. We'll talk about the valuation process and trends we're seeing in the marketplace and then open the discussion to questions from the audience.
Often overlooked by evaluators, assessing tire condition plays a critical part in properly valuing used equipment. Because they can be so expensive, forgetting to account for the rubber on a trade can be a significant lapse in diligence. Watch Bill Albaugh explain why tires matter so much to getting an accurate valuation.
Our clients talk about how easy HeavyWorth is. While it is easy, what we think they're really describing is the reduction in hassle and time spent dealing with multiple data sources. Organizing all valuation data in one platform really does streamline the process, but it can be hard to understand exactly how it works without seeing it in action. Watch as Bill Albaugh demonstrates how to use the HeavyWorth platform to value a combine.
Taylor Implement Company sells Claas, JCB, Kioti and Deutz-Fahr at its locations in Hoxie, Kansas; Greely, Colorado, and Yuma, Colorado. They've been using the HeavyWorth platform to handle the valuation process for their used equipment trade-ins for the last several months. Last month we caught up with Kyle Taylor, the GM at Taylor Implement, and asked him how HeavyWorth has been working for his company.
UPDATE: Thanks to everyone who participated in making this presentation a success. The recording is now available to review at http://heavyworth.co/webinar-farm-equipment
Join us on Wednesday, January 27, 2021, for a Farm Equipment Webinar Series presentation entitled Leveraging Data for Efficient and Accurate Equipment Valuations.
HeavyWorth's Bill Albaugh was the special guest on a recent special edition of the Moving Iron Podcast. Bill talks about HeavyWorth's app and how equipment dealers are saving time and reducing bottlenecks in their valuation process by switching from myriad different tools to HeavyWorth's streamlined, unified platform.
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