Property Valuations2023-11-16T08:43:41+00:00

Property Valuations

Expert property appraisers providing accurate valuations for residential and commercial properties.


  • Probate Valuations

  • SJE reports for litigation, matrimonial etc.

  • Sale or acquisition of land

  • Pension (SIPP) Valuations

  • Residential and Commercial

  • Tax Valuations – IHT, CGT

  • Retrospective valuations

  • Red Book Assessments

  • Building Insurance Reinstatement

Discuss your requirements with Chartered Surveyor Brien Walker, an RICS Fellow & Accredited Valuer, who has been undertaking valuation, primarily in Essex & Cambridgeshire for over 40 years.

Property Valuation FAQs

What is a property valuation?2023-04-13T09:55:07+01:00

A property valuation is an assessment of the market value of a property based on various factors such as location, size, age, condition, and recent sales of similar properties in the area.

Why do I need a property valuation?2023-04-13T09:55:51+01:00

You may need a property valuation for various reasons such as buying or selling a property, obtaining a mortgage, settling a divorce or estate, or determining the value for tax purposes.

Who can perform a property valuation?2023-04-13T09:57:12+01:00

A licensed appraiser or a certified property valuer can perform a property valuation. You can also get a valuation from a real estate agent or a property valuer who specialises in the type of property you are interested in.

What factors are considered in a property valuation?2023-04-13T09:57:59+01:00

Factors considered in a property valuation in the UK include the location of the property, size and age of the property, condition of the property, recent sales of similar properties in the area, and current market trends.

Can I dispute the valuation if I disagree with the result?2023-04-13T09:52:16+01:00

Yes, you can dispute the valuation if you believe it is inaccurate or unfair. You may need to provide evidence to support your dispute and engage a third-party to review the valuation.

How often should I get a property valuation?2023-04-13T09:58:52+01:00

The frequency of property valuations can vary depending on the purpose of the valuation and the market conditions. However, it is generally recommended to get a valuation every one to three years or when there are significant changes to the property or the market.

How long does a property valuation take?2023-04-13T10:00:09+01:00

The duration of a property valuation can vary depending on the type and complexity of the property, but it typically takes between one to three hours to inspect the property and gather relevant data. The actual valuation report may take a few days to prepare.

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