At IPV, we are an accredited, experienced team of property valuers in Sydney; we are your ‘go-to’ destination for all things related to property valuation. Whether you own a commercial property or residential home, a childcare centre or investment property, our expert team is here to provide you with the most accurate and up-to-date property valuation information.
Commercial Property Valuations
Commercial property valuation is the process of determining the market value of a commercial real estate property. It might be properties like office buildings, retail spaces, industrial facilities, hotels, and more. The value is dependent on many aspects including what the property is used for, the annual income generated and how the local market views this type of property.
As commercial property valuers, we will value your building based on the property’s potential income and recently transacted property sales in the area, along with other market indicators reflected in the market.
When Do You Need Commercial Valuations?
There are a number of reasons why commercial valuations are required including:
- Financial decision-making: if you are a commercial property owner or investor, you rely on valuations to make informed financial decisions. This includes buying, selling, refinancing, or leasing commercial properties. Accurate valuations help in determining the property’s investment potential and assessing its financial performance.
- Asset management: If you are a property owner, you want to manage your assets effectively. Valuations provide insights into your property’s current market value and help in devising strategies for property improvement, expansion, or redevelopment.
- Insurance and risk management: Accurate property valuations are essential for determining the appropriate insurance coverage for your commercial properties. Valuations can also help in risk assessment and managing insurance costs.
- Taxation: Local government use commercial vacant land value assessments by the Valuer General to determine property rating assessments. If a property owner lodges a formal objection to a land value assessment, an accurate valuation by IPV can ensure that the property owner is taxed fairly based on their property’s actual land value.
- Estate planning: When you are planning for the future, you may use valuations to make decisions related to estate planning, such as gifting or transferring commercial properties to heirs.
- Lease negotiations: Both landlords and tenants in commercial real estate use valuations as a basis for lease negotiations. Accurate valuations help in setting appropriate rent amounts and lease terms.
- Market analysis: if you are a real estate professional or investor, you rely on valuations to analyse the market and assess property trends. You can use this information to identify opportunities and make investment decisions.
- Litigation and disputes: In cases of disputes, such as property assessments or disagreements between parties involved in a real estate transaction, commercial property valuations can serve as an objective source of information to resolve conflicts.
- Investment analysis: As an investor you can use property valuation to evaluate the performance of your real estate investments, calculate returns, and decide whether to hold, sell, or reinvest in your commercial properties.
Commercial property valuation is a complex process that involves assessing various factors, including the property’s location, size, condition, rental income, operating expenses, and market conditions. It typically requires a special set of skills and expertise to ensure that the valuation is accurate and reliable.
Reach out to our experienced team for an accurate commercial valuation!
If you are involved in the childcare industry or are considering investing in childcare centres, you need experienced valuators to ensure that the value is accurate and comprehensive.
When we value childcare centres or preschools, we consider unique factors such as licensing requirements, facility quality, location, daily rates, enrolment, and the quality of services offered.
Give us a call if you are current owner, investor, or considering entering the childcare industry, with our childcare valuation you can get critical insights for making informed decisions.
Residential Valuation – Unlock the True Value of Your Home
Residential properties are not just houses; they are homes filled with memories. Whether you are buying, selling, or refinancing, our team of qualified valuers will provide you with an accurate valuation of your residential property. We take into account your home’s unique features, local market trends, and recent sales data.
With more than 100 years combined experience in the real estate industry, we pride ourselves on providing a comprehensive, reliable, and independent residential valuation service making sure you get results that allow you to make an informed decision.
What Can You Expect When We Value Your Residential Property?
If you own a property and need a valuation for selling, tax or family-related matters, one of our qualified valuers can perform a complete inspection of your property.
We analyse the local market conditions and sales of similar properties in the area, and we will provide you with a detailed report outlining the value and how it was reached.
How Do We Determine the Value of Your Home?
We take a variety of aspects into account when determining the value of your home.
- Location: The neighbourhood and specific location of the property can significantly impact its value.
- Size: The size of the property, including square metreage, lot size, and the number of bedrooms and bathrooms, are a fundamental factor.
- Condition and age: The condition of the property, including any necessary repairs or renovations.
- Comparable sales (Comps): Recent sales of similar properties in the same area are used as benchmarks to determine the property’s value.
- Market trends: Current real estate market conditions, such as supply and demand, interest rates, and local economic factors.
- Improvements and features: Upgrades or unique features, like a pool, garage, or energy-efficient appliances, can add value.
- Local amenities and services: Proximity to schools, parks, shopping centres, public transportation, and other amenities that can enhance or detract from the property’s value.
- Zoning and land use: Local zoning regulations and land use restrictions can influence a property’s value.
- Legal and environmental considerations: Any legal issues affecting the property, such as liens or disputes, should be considered. Environmental factors, such as contamination or flood zones, can impact value.
- Property history: Previous sale prices and any changes in ownership history can provide context.
- Income potential (for Investment Properties): Rental income potential for residential investment properties, such as rental homes or multi-unit buildings.
Our property valuers combine these factors to arrive at a final estimate of your property’s market value.
So, if you are buying or selling your home, working on estate planning, or need a valuation for transfer duty or taxation purposes, reach out to us, we will ensure that you can make informed decisions based on our accurate valuation.
We assess the value of a collection of assets or investments held by an individual or company.
This portfolio can consist of various financial assets, such as stocks, bonds, real estate, private equity holdings, and other investments. With portfolio valuations we determine the total value of the real estate component of these assets in the portfolio in order to help you understand how they contribute to your overall financial position and performance as the owner.
An easement is a legal right that allows someone other than the property owner to use their property for a specific purpose. Common types of easements include utility easements (for electrical or stormwater drainage), right-of-way easements (for roads or paths), and conservation easements (to protect natural or historical features).
Easements can affect a property’s value, and their valuation is important in various situations, such as property transactions, legal disputes, and financial planning.
Easements can be a tricky territory to navigate. These legal rights can impact your property’s value and utility. Our experts are well-versed in easement valuation, ensuring that your property’s worth is accurately determined, taking into account all legal aspects and implications.