Property Appraisal Request
If you are looking for a property valuation, determine what type of valuation is needed for the specific property. This will help you determine what type of real estate advisory is needed, like a formal appraisal from a licensed appraiser, a real estate agent’s opinion of value, or a potential future value, or a simplistic projection.
The valuer obtains all relevant documents from the client e.g. deeds, survey maps, building plans etc. These must be verified through searches at the relevant offices (Lands Registries, Local Authority Registries, and Cadastre etc).
With an efficient registry, this may take a few hours. However searches are known to take as long as three weeks, and in extreme cases much longer.
The valuer carries out physical inspection (autopsy) of the property, noting all the attribute of the property and confirming that the property is located as per the survey map.
The valuer also notes the neighborhood characteristics and records any other significant information from the site at this stage.
The time-frame here depends on the size of the property, the location and distance of the subject property and the valuers experience of the area and may take a few minutes to several days.
The valuer gathers as many as possible data, recent sales, transactions, and construction cost data etc. The information is analyzed and in synergistic way with Big Data Analytics methods is applied to the subject property to arrive at the values.
These are reconciled and a final value estimate is made. This may take a few days to several weeks depending on the size of the property.
Usually a typical Property Valuation report includes the following:
- The estimated fair market value of the property.
- Approach to fair market value.
- Property overview.
- Risks and issues.
- Summary of local market trends.
- Analysis of subject property “highest and best use”.
- Big Data Analytics Prognosis.
- Value conclusions are budget estimates where possible.
- Other considerations.
Depending on the type of the report this may take a few minutes to several days. In special cases especially for larger and technical reports a draft report may be presented to the client for comment and feedback before the final report is issued.
Our property valuation report will be sent by email in PDF format comprising text and photo references.
- Your request must represent a real person, registered business or entity.
- Only one request per person or business may be verified.
- The documents provided must be up-to-date and legally valid.