Residential Valuation Reports
Private Valuation Report
There are many reasons why you may need a valuation report, for example if you are purchasing a property and don’t need a mortgage. Your accountant may suggest you have one if you are going to visit your bank manager with a business proposal or you may just need an accurate valuation of your home.
These are needed if someone in your family passes away with property to bequeath. A solicitor may advise the executor of the estate that they need to provide a valuation of the deceased property in valuing the estate for inheritance tax purposes.
HMRC’s website has more information on inheritance tax.
Separation and divorce can be a stressful and emotional time in your life. The family home may need to be valued to decide how your joint assets are to be shared.
We can provide a valuation for this purpose and we are used to producing reports that comply with the family procedure rules if the matter should proceed to court.
Drive by Valuation Report
A valuation based upon an external inspection of the property.
Compulsory Purchase Orders
CPO’s are made by the council for a variety of reasons and if it happens to you it can be a difficult time. Our surveyors can assist you by giving their opinion of a fair purchase price of your home and they can negotiate with the council on your behalf.