We offer a whole host of valuation services and products, each best suited to a particular need.
In the majority of cases, it would be used by mortgage lenders; however you will need to ensure that your lender will accept this valuation in respect of lending purposes, as some lenders do prefer to use their own Surveyors.
Many matrimonial valuations are carried out by a qualified surveyor appointed by both parties in the divorce, with an independent valuation report provided for the court.
The solicitor acting on behalf of the estate will request that any property is valued by a Chartered Surveyor to ascertain its value. We have a vast amount of experience in this field and will be able to provide you with a fast and efficient service in what is a very stressful and upsetting time.
We can carry out this valuation to ensure you are fully insured.
Alternatively they can negotiate to purchase the freehold by mutual agreement outside the provision of the 1967 Act.
We have experience and can help.
You can, together with other leaseholders in the building, group together and go through a process of ‘collective enfranchisement’. This just means you can, by law, force the landlord to sell the freehold to you, provided you comply with the requirements.
The 1993 Leasehold Reform Act allows most leaseholders to extend their leases by up to 90 years, which will potentially improve the value of the property.
We can carry out a valuation of your property and establish the likely cost of extending the lease and then serve notice on the freeholder.