Vanguard Valuations provide detailed valuation reports and expert witness services for your needs in Family Law.
It really depends. Generally, when parties agree on the value of the property, they will not need a valuation. This usually happens in real
estate such as houses, townhouses and units where the parties can exchange appraisals. On the other hand, a formal valuation is often needed for more complex financial structures such as a trust or business.
Independent property valuers strive to find the “fair market value” of an asset. It is the highest amount which a buyer and a seller would accept for a property in an open market.
We use this principal of “fair market value” when it comes to comparing similar properties for our valuations. In addition and where possible, we look at comparative land sales to form a valuation using the summation approach.
We have extensive experience in helping our clients reach the right valuation- ensuring they don’t pay too much. Additionally, you can rest assured that we’ll be working diligently on your report. We are swift with our communication and tailor the report to your needs.
So, if you want to find out more about how we can help you find the true value of your property contact us or call 1300 359 886. We operate in both Canberra and Sydney.