Commercial Property Valuation and Advisory Services
There are a multitude of reasons you might be seeking a commercial property valuation. Our expert team of valuers are able to offer our valuation services for a wide range of services, including but not necessarily limited to:
Sales and Acquisitions
When one company buys another, the value of a key asset such as the commercial property can prove to be an important factor during negotiations. An inaccurate or outdated valuation will prove a stumbling block to calculating a mutually beneficial sale and acquisition price.
Understanding the value of your commercial property might be vital when trying to help an insolvent company to reach an agreement regarding its debt. We work with professional accountants and financiers to provide accurate and realistic commercial property valuations for corporate recovery purposes.
Cash flow analysis
Understanding the operating, investing and financing activities of a business is of vital importance for organisations of all sizes, particularly those with a portfolio of investments or property assets. Our property valuations provide the up-to-date information you will need to understand how your property assets and investments have fluctuated due to recent market forces and longer-term trends within the industry.
Should an accurate commercial property valuation from an industry expert be required for your common law purposes, our team is on hand to deliver a level of service and understanding relative to our years of experience and intuition.
Property represents an excellent vessel for investment, and commercial property is no exception. Should you be seeking a valuation of your commercial property as part of pooling your properties together into one interest-bearing security, our commercial valuation service will deliver the dutiful service that you require.
Insurance Valuation of Commercial Property
The insurance valuation of your commercial property will be based on the cost of either repairing or rebuilding your premises, and in certain cases it will calculate the cost of replacing your stock or equipment. Undervaluing your commercial property would leave you with insufficient coverage, whilst an overvaluation would mean you were paying over the odds for the level of cover you actually need.
Secured loans require the borrower to pledge an asset as collateral. For many businesses, their commercial property might represent the most suitable business asset. An accurate commercial property valuation therefore represents a sound financial decision to ensure the secured debt is relative and proportionate to the risk of the loan.