Issues related to property should never be seen as ‘taking a chance’ – it is vital that accurate, reliable, realistic valuations are arrived at, and relayed to the client.

Therefore, a property’s value must take into account current and future economic and social trends, as well as governmental controls or regulations and environmental conditions that may influence the four key elements of value:

Demand – the desire or need for ownership supported by the financial means to satisfy the desire

Utility – the ability to satisfy future owners’ desires and needs

Scarcity – the finite supply of competing properties

Transferability – the ease with which ownership rights are transferred

We have the knowledge and the expertise to undertake valuations of residential, commercial and industrial property, and to fulfil your expectations by delivering independent, transparent and ethical services based on international guidelines.

Our areas of expertise cover valuations for:

  • Sale or Purchase
  • Mortgage Applications
  • Rental Assessments
  • Compensation Claims
  • Project Progress Payments
  • Insurance Certificates
  • Relationship Property Settlements
  • Asset Valuations for Accounting and Tax Depreciation
  • Arbitrations and Negotiations

We are committed to providing:

  • Comprehensive valuations based on sound, up-to-date market intelligence
  • Rigorous, focused and in-depth research
  • Clear, concise and well-structured quantitative and qualitative analysis
  • Perceptive, rational, and effective recommendations to enable strategic decision making