Property Valuations That Show The Real Value

Property valuation is all about the practice of material accumulation for a specific property type and determining its real market value.

When it comes to the market value of the property, it is the financial value of the property that fixes the prices at which the property can be sold in the market. Undoubtedly, determining the value of the property is not an easy task and due to the continuous variation of property prices in the market, it becomes difficult to fix the exact value of the property.

At National Property Valuers, we provide independent property valuation services to assist you with the real estate valuation by defining the correct value only after studying and investigating the market trends.

National Property Valuers carries property valuations on various property types for the purposes shown below:

Types Of Property Valuation

  • RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY VALUATIONS
    Houses, units, apartments, townhouses, vacant land, etc.
  • COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY VALUATIONS
    Offices, factories, warehouses, office/warehouses, offices, retail shops, parliamentary buildings, etc.
  • RURAL PROPERTY VALUATIONS
    Lifestyle, hobby farms, farming properties up to 500 acres/200 hectares, etc.
  • TOURISM PROPERTY VALUATIONS
    Bed and breakfast, small hotels, hostels, lodges, motels, caravan parks, manufactured home parks, etc.
  • AGED & HEALTH CARE PROPERTY VALUATIONS
    Retirement units, medical suites, chemists, veterinary clinics, etc.

At National Property Valuers we determine the current market values of properties in and around Western Australia, Tasmania, South Australia, Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland and South Pacific Islands. We value all types of commercial, residential, and rural properties as listed above.

Types Of Valuation

  • CURRENT AND RETROSPECTIVE MARKET VALUATIONS
  • RENTAL VALUATIONS
  • INSURANCE VALUATIONS
  • DEPRECIATION VALUATIONS

Property Valuation Purposes

  • PRE-SALE AND PRE-PURCHASE ADVISE
  • LITIGATION/FAMILY LAW
    Matrimonial and property settlements.
  • STATUTORY VALUATIONS
    Stamp duty, capital gains tax, margin scheme, GST, etc.
  • FINANCIAL REPORTING
    Depreciation, superfund reporting, asset assessment, balance sheet, etc.
  • DECEASED ESTATES
    Probate
  • COMPENSATION
    Compulsory acquisition or resumption.
  • RATING OBJECTIONS
  • DEVELOPMENT FEASIBILITY ANALYSIS
    Residential/commercial/industrial