Property assessment or valuation is nothing but determining the value of a property in economic terms. It is also popularly known as real estate appraisal.
Whether the concerned property is residential, commercial, industrial or retail, it is often a confusion that, ‘Am I paying right price for the right property? Is it actually worth it?’, etc. Well, property valuers are the expert professionals in the real estate industry and know all ins and outs of the property world.
However, even if you are not an expert, here are a few simple and quick tips for you to know better about property valuations and ensure that you are on right track while going about any property valuation.
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Like any other investment and also regardless of property and period within the property cycle, how do you choose the most reliable real estate valuer and property valuation services?
FVG Property prides itself as being the number one property valuers entity in Melbourne, both as Residential Property Valuers and Commercial Property Valuers.
The question is often asked to me, ‘Is there a difference between a bank valuation and a normal valuation?’ The most probable answer is no, there shouldn’t be, but the right answer is, but there could be.