RICS Property Valuation Report

The RICS Property Valuation report will give you the most appropriate evaluation of the current market value of a property. It is not a survey.

Is this the right report for me?

There are a number of situations where the RICS Property Valuation is the most
appropriate report available – both for those planning to buy and therefore make an offer on a property, or aiming to sell and need to know a suitable asking price.
These situations could be:

  • Selling a shared ownership property
  • Buying at auction
  • Selling a probate property
  • HMRC have asked for it
  • Repaying a charge on the property (eg. help to buy schemes)
  • Divorce or marriage
  • Clients living abroad who need to value their assets
  • If you are a company buying or selling a property and need it valued (eg. you are a charity who must be upfront with the value when selling)
  • To check an offer made to you is correct (eg. from the council for right to buy).

What’s included in the report?

The RICS Property Valuation report will likely include:

  • The conditions of engagement
  • A summary of the property, including its internal floor space
  • General condition of external and internal walls and floors
  • Open market valuation
  • Insurance and re-building cost assessment
  • Valuation comments and conclusion
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