Planning to sell a property and need a valuation?
Before you start advertising your sale, getting a property or residential valuation will give you the market value of your home.
It is important to note that a valuation is not a building survey. Properties can have many defects that do not affect market value but that still require repairs and maintenance. If you are purchasing a property, it is critical to have a building survey done by an RICS surveyor to understand the property prior to purchase.
Our team of experienced and qualified RICS Chartered Surveyors offer detailed Residential Valuations that will help you make informed decisions about your property sale.
Need a Residential Valuation for your property?
If you require a valuation completed by a fully qualified RICS Registered Valuer, we can help. We can undertake valuations for a range of purposes including:
- When purchasing a property (this can also be included in a Level 2 or Level 3 condition survey for an additional fee).
- Help to Buy / Shared Ownership
- We are experienced in providing compliant reports for HCA target and other associations providing shared ownership schemes.
- Inheritance tax valuations (probate)
- Where a deceased estate needs to be valued and property is part of this, we can assist in a professional and sympathetic manner.
- Matrimonial valuations
- Where a family home or properties needs to be valued as part of divorce proceedings we can provide the valuation report required.
Please call our team to discuss your requirements. If you do not see the type of valuation, you are looking for we still may be able to help.
What is included in a Residential Valuation?
Our chartered surveyors will inspect all visible and accessible parts of the building. We will then conduct research into the current property market to determine the market value of your building. Your valuation will also include:
- How the property was built and the materials used.
- Property size and location desirability.
- Grounds, Outbuildings, garages and parking.
- Structural condition of the property.
- Any serious defects that may affect the sale.
- Improvements to the property, such as extensions or loft conversions
- Comparison of recent property sale prices nearby
If you have any areas of concern or note, please highlight them to us and we will investigate or provide details of specialists.
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