Asset Valuations cover many real estate and market value requirements. Here are a few examples:-
- A property was transferred into your Superannuation Fund and your Accountant requires a new valuation for audit purposes every 3 years;
- A Publicly Listed Company is entering into a Joint Venture Agreement with a third party. As security (backing) to the venture, the third party is offering various real estate parcels. These properties are valued for the Company so as they have a definitive Asset Value to rely upon going forward;
- A Government or a larger Corporation in complying with International Financial Reporting Standards, has various real estate and plant & equipment assets valued on structured time-frames;
- Asset Valuations can also be conducted for Deceased Estate; Capital Gains; Retrospective Assessments; Pre-Sale or Pre-Purchase purposes.