Our RICS Registered Valuers provide trusted advice to clients throughout Scotland. We carry out Commercial Property Valuations in respect of both Market Value and Market Rent covering a wide range of property sectors on behalf both private and public sector clients.
We work closely with our clients providing clear and concise valuation advice, across multiple sectors, including the industrial, office and retail markets.
Valuations for Pension Fund Purchases and Reviews
We provide valuations for initial pension fund purchases, including those required for updates and reviews. We have established relationships with all major SIPP (Self Invested Pension Providers) companies, which allow us to carry our valuations quickly and efficiently.
Valuations for Financial Statements
Our expert Registered Valuers produce detailed commercial property valuations for financial statements. These valuations are based on thorough research, data analysis and our sector-specific understanding of prevailing market trends.
Valuations for Acquisitions and Disposals
Not only are we active in the acquisition and sale of commercial property in Scotland, we also use complex software tools to analyse transaction data to support our valuations . We can provide expert valuations for market rent and value.
Expert Witness Valuations
We are experienced at preparing detailed commercial property valuations for expert witness reports. These valuations are based on detailed research and our sector-specific understanding of prevailing market trends and conditions.
Valuations for Development Projects and Feasibility Studies
We have considerable experience producing detailed commercial property valuations for development projects and feasibility studies. To produce these valuations we draw on the expertise of our in-house planning team.
Valuations for Executry, Capital Gains and Inheritance Tax
We are experts at providing the valuation services needed to deal with the estate of someone who has died. We also undertake valuations for capital gains and inheritance tax purpose