Commercial Property Valuation Melbourne
FVG Property is considered to be one of the best providers of commercial property valuation in Melbourne. Our experience in the industry and team of commercial property valuers has earned us our reputation in the Melbourne market place. Seek our expert advice to get the most out of your prospective investment when you are searching for a suitable commercial property at a website such as Commercial Property Guide.
To get in touch with our commercial selling agents, visit our office or give us a call.
Our team of commercial valuers are experienced individuals with over twenty years in the real estate market.
They are members and qualified with the:
– Australian Property Institute
– The Real Estate Institute of Victoria
– Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors
FVG property have also assisted major public listed entities, private investors, occupiers, developers and other parties with Commercial Valuations all for a variety of reasons.
First Valuation Group over many years within the industry have provided all major financial institutions inclusive of:
The heads of our Commercial Valuation Reports include the following:
Executive Summary: Terms of Reference, Certification, Synopsis, Definition of Market Value, Risk Assessment, Key Assumptions, Verifiable Assumptions and Recommendations
Valuation: Date of Inspection, Date of Valuation, Valuation Criteria
Legal Description: Title Details, Registered Proprietor, Easements and Encumbrances, Identification
Land Details: Dimensions and Area, Topography and Services, Environmental Risks
Town Planning: Planning, Council Area and Zoning, Existing Use, Heritage Listing, Statutory Valuation Assessments
Improvements: General Description, Construction, Accommodation, Building area, Features, Ancillary Improvements, Car accommodation, State of Repair and Condition, Annual Essential Safety Measurements Report, Occupational Health and Safety
Valuation Considerations: Local Property Comments, Tenancy Details, Domestic Economic Conditions (Reserve Bank of Australia), Ownership History, Saleability, Goods and Services Tax (GST)
Valuation Analysis: Comparable Sales Evidence, Comparable Rental Evidence
Asset Performance Risk: Market, Asset, Cashflow, Management, Ownership, Legal, Environmental, Obsolescence
SWOT Analysis: Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats
Valuation Rationale/Approach: Direct Comparison Approach – Primary Method, Income Capitalisation Approach
Insurance Assessment: Assessed Insurance Value
Annexures: Location Map, Property Photographs, Monetary Policy
The more salient steps that a FVG Property will undertake a commercial valuation is as follows: