Estimating an investment property is a complex task and requires a thorough analysis. That's why we explain the different valuation methods and how to apply them to obtain the real value of your asset in this section of the blog.
What is a commercial property valuation? Buildings and land classified as commercial property are those whose primary use is business rather than apartment building, or residential property. Examples of these properties are: The process of valuing or obtaining an estimate of the worth of business property at the time of valuation is known as commercial property valuation. How […]
What is a residential property? All land and buildings meant for private occupancy, whether permanently or only temporarily, are referred to as residential property. More than one owner may exist for a residential property. What does residential property valuation include? A property valuation should take into account a few key factors to accurately determine the […]
Apartment building valuation and commerce is an aspect of the real estate business that involves millions of pounds. This is due to the nature of apartment buildings in the UK. With this article, we will discuss how much apartment building is worth in the UK now. We will also guide you on how to conduct a […]
We discuss industrial buildings at length and present how to calculate the market value of an industrial building in this article. What is an industrial building? Industrial buildings are factories or manufacturing units for the production of goods and services for economic gains. The term is also used to classify large buildings purposely for the […]
Do you have an office building or office space to sell or rent? Do you need a valuation of an office building for tax purposes or insurance? Are you confused about how much to value your office building for these purposes? This article guides you on how to determine the value of a commercial office […]
What is an investment property? An investment property is a land or a building, or both, that is owned for rental income or capital growth (or both). Owner-occupants, producers, and providers of goods and services do not use investment property. It is not kept for sale in the regular course of business or used for […]