A company where you can talk to the valuer.
Providing advice since 1997, the experienced valuers at Valuations QLD are Registered Property, Plant & Machinery and Business Valuers based in Brisbane, Queensland. Our valuers can provide you with independent residential property valuations, commercial property valuations, specialised property valuations, property consultancy and general property advice throughout Brisbane and the greater metropolitan area. Valuations QLD is an independent company that provides property valuations Brisbane and consultancy relating to all property types.
48 HOUR TURNAROUND TIME ON MOST RESIDENTIAL VALUATIONS!
Our Property Valuers Brisbane are familiar with your area and where necessary will explain recent sales and the property valuation Brisbane process.
We are leading property valuers in Brisbane, covering the entire metropolitan area within a 200km radius of the CBD. We provide property valuations in Brisbane for a wide variety of property types, such as:
We at Valuations QLD do not sell real estate or act as property sales agents. This ensures that we provide unbiased property valuation and advice without fear or favour – and always act in your best interests.
Valuations QLD is able to ensure complete confidentiality to all clients. As government registered property valuers and members of the Australian Property Institute (API) we follow the API's Code of Professional Practice, Code of Ethics and Rules of Conduct. Our property valuers undertake Continuing Professional Development studies through the API regularly.
Valuations QLD staff are fully system trained and have the local experience to provide each individual client with a reliable answer to their valuation questions. We maintain an ongoing training program to ensure our business develops with the times and embraces all manner of technology, specifically those which will assist improving our service level to our clients.
What is a current market property valuation?
A current market property valuation will determine property value in its present state in relation to current market conditions. As such, a current market property valuation is only valid for 90 days from the date of inspection to maintain an accurate and fair determination of value.
A current market property valuation can be used to inform on a variety of property related decisions including, determination of equity, financial reporting and to minimise investment risk. A current market property valuation is often used to comply with legal, taxation and governing requirements while remaining independent and free from bias.
When is a property valuation needed?
An independent property valuation is required to adhere to any kind of legal or legislative procedure or to comply with taxation standards. It is also highly recommended to inform on any property related decision to ascertain certainty or minimise risk associated with the subject property.
As such, a property valuation is required for a number of purposes, and is a certified document backed by industry expertise and qualifications to adhere to any kind of legislative requirements. This ensures a comprehensive analysis backed by supported evidence and reliable, professional advice.
How does an independent property valuation differ from a bank valuation?
While a property valuation and a bank valuation both aim to calculate value, each have a different purpose behind it. As such, a bank valuation is completed on behalf of the lender to measure the level of risk in approving the loan and to ascertain loan security. A bank valuation is usually more conservative because the lender wants to minimise their risk should the loan be defaulted.
An independent property valuation aims to determine the fair market value of the subject property based on the objective research and is completed by an independent valuer. A property valuation guarantees complete transparency and professionalism without any kind of conflict of interest.
What is the process of becoming an API certified property valuer?
In order to become an API certified property valuer, one must gain accreditation through the Australian Property Institute (API). As such, a property valuer must undergo tertiary qualifications, a two-year traineeship of industry practice, and sit a professional interview before being certified to value property.
Overall, it takes an average of six years to become an API certified property valuer, and as such, become one of the most highly regarded property valuers in Australia. An API certified property valuer therefore has the industry knowledge and expertise to perform independent valuation services across any property type for a variety of purposes.
What should you look for when employing a property valuer?
When seeking out the services of a property valuer, it’s important reach out to a valuer who has been trained and registered with the Australian Property Institute (API). This will ensure that the valuation report will be based on objective data and reflects a fair and accurate value determined by standardised methodologies and procedures.
In turn, it’s also paramount to employ a property valuer with an extensive background in your local area. As such, you will receive a valuation based on reliable, trusted advice by an industry expert. An API qualified property valuer will ensure an independent, accurate and fair market value of any given subject property.
What does a property valuation report include?
A certified property valuation involves extensive research to provide a compilation of evidence via property databases to determine the fair market value of the subject property. As such, this is calculated by investigating factors such as underlying land value, property condition, comparable sales, market volatility, environmental risk factors, and location.
A property valuation can only be completed and signed off by a certified valuer and will take into account over 200 variables associated with the property and the local property market. As a result, a property valuation report is filled with extensive evidence and research to provide an accurate market value.
What is the difference between a real estate agent and a property valuer?
A real estate agent is professional specialising in the buy and sell process of property across multiple property types. As such, while a real estate agent has knowledge of the local property market, they do not hold the qualifications to provide a certified valuation report. As such, a real estate agent will often hold a conflict of interest in wanting to list the property and will provide an estimated value that cannot be used in any kind of legislative setting.
On the other hand, a property valuer is a certified industry professional who is educated and qualified in valuing real property. As such, a property valuer will provide a valuation with the sole purpose of determining the fair market value of the subject property without agenda or conflict of interest. Therefore, a property valuer can provide a greater certainty with any pre-purchase or pre-sale related decision.
What are the benefits of using an independent property valuer?
A certified property valuer will provide a comprehensive and objective analysis of the property without agenda or bias for a variety of purposes across residential, commercial, and industrial property types.
As such, an independent property valuer will guarantee a certified valuation based on extensive research and compilation of evidence within a sworn valuation report. As such, an independent property valuer is an industry qualified expert in property that can provide valuations for any kind of legislative purpose.
Valuations QLD and key employees are members of the following professional associations ensuring that our high standards of work are maintained.
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Completed residential property valuations for multi million dollar properties in some of Brisbane and the Gold Coast’s most exclusive suburbs including Teneriffe, Surfers Paradise and Mermaid Waters
Provided a variety of Business Valuers to sole traders, medium enterprises and multi million dollar corporations with annual revenue ranging from $500,000 to $30 million
Provided a variety of valuations and replacement cost estimate reports for a number of body corporates around Brisbane with an average value of up to $40 million
Completed a number of multi million dollar asset registers for large scale plant & equipment valuations with an average of $10 million asset list
Undergoing several industrial sites for valuation, with an average estimated value of $15 million
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Why Clients Choose Us
- Complete Confidentiality
- Guaranteed Independence of Report without Bias
- High Client Satisfaction Rating
- Expert Property, Business and Plant & Equipment Valuers
- Quality Assurance Program
- Professional Indemnity Insurance
- Comprehensive Reports
- Legal & Ethical Compliance
- Helpful & Quality Service
Valuations QLD offer a range of valuation services including property, business and plant and equipment assets! Having worked with a number of their Valuers, there is no other firm I’d trust with my properties, I’ve recommended their serviced to family and friends and they’ve helped me by valuing several properties I’ve owned. Thank you! – Chris Darby, Brisbane property owner.