Residential Property Valuations
Residential property valuations are undertaken for various specific purposes such as purchase, sale, lease, pension, matrimonial, probate, shared equity redemption or purchase etc.
We are an RICS-regulated firm and experienced, qualified surveyors and valuers in all types of residential properties (house, bungalows, flats) across Dorset, Hampshire and south Wiltshire. Our valuations are compliant with the ‘RICS Valuation – Global Standards’ and our reports are thorough and detailed.
Overview of Services
Buying, leasing, occupying and maintaining a property, whether residential or commercial, should not be daunting. Therefore, at Moses Rutland, we have qualified, experienced surveyors and valuers who can provide clear professional advice on a whole range of services, including valuations for:
- sale or disposal
- Help-To-Buy scheme
- Shared Equity
- Matrimonial Settlement
- Charities Act Reports
- Development appraisals
- Restrictive Covenants
- Expert Witness Reports
- Overview of Services
- Shared Equity
- Charities Act Reports
- Developmental Appraisals
Meet the Team
Our specialists who can help with this service are:
Phil MosesManaging Director
Phil has a wide breadth of experience in residential and commercial property valuations and surveys...view profile
Gregor CochraneRegistered Valuer and Surveyor
Gregor has been with the company since 2013. He has extensive experience of residential valuations...view profile
If you are in the process of buying a residential property, a valuation will give you the peace of mind and guidance on the market value of the property. This will help you to make an informed decision on whether the price you are paying is reasonable. Our valuation will take in to account the property condition and any repairs that are recommended or required.
We can provide impartial and non-biased confirmation of a property’s value for sale or disposal. All our market valuations are undertaken by Registered Valuers in compliance with RICS Valuation – Global Standards (RICS ‘Red Book’) and are fully covered by professional indemnity insurance.
Help to Buy valuations are required when repaying your equity loan on selling, or where you are buying out the remaining share of the property.
As part of the redemption process you will need a formal valuation carried out by an RICS Registered Valuer. This is needed to establish the Market Value of your property. We have provided many such valuations, in full compliance with RICS Valuation – Global Standards and are fully covered by professional indemnity insurance.
A valuation will be required when repaying your equity loan on selling, or where you are buying (staircasing) a further share of the property.
As part of the redemption process you will need a formal valuation carried out by a RICS Registered Valuer. This is needed to establish the Market Value of your property. We have provided many such valuations, in full compliance with RICS Valuation – Global Standards and are fully covered by professional indemnity insurance.
Our RICS valuation fulfils the strict criteria required by Housing Associations and other Shared Ownership providers.
We can provide both inheritance tax valuations and capital gains tax valuations as required in relation to Section 160 of the Inheritance Tax Act 1984 and with regards to Section 272 of the Taxation of Chargeable Gains Tax 1992. These valuations are carried out where a family member has passed away and their property may need to the valued for the purpose of calculating the estate’s Inheritance Tax liability. The valuation is prepared in accordance with the RICS Valuation – Global Standards (Red Book), under the proper statutory definition of market value and in the proper format to stand up to any scrutiny from the District Valuer.
We also carry out retrospective valuations for Inland Revenue purposes.
Charities Act Reports
In addition to the normal requirements for a valuation by an RICS Registered Valuer, reports compliant with the Charities Actsand the Charities (Qualified Surveyors’ Reports) Regulations 1992 demand additional matters to be considered and reported upon, such as the most appropriate form of marketing (for disposals) and whether repairs, planning applications or other courses of action should be considered first.
Valuers must demonstrate the appropriate level of impartiality, whilst fulfilling their statutory obligations alongside the needs of their client, and must give proper consideration to the charity’s obligations to its own stated objectives.
All our market valuations are undertaken by Registered Valuers in compliance with RICS Valuation – Global Standards (RICS ‘Red Book’) and are fully covered by professional indemnity insurance.
At Moses Rutland, we have many years’ experience undertaking valuations of building plots and development projects, from single units to large housing or mixed-use schemes. We can advise on garden plots, extensions and additions to existing buildings, ‘green field’ and ‘brownfield’ sites, with or without planning permission. We have longstanding experience of working with developers, architects and planning consultants and have provided expert advise on land with possible potential, or hope, of obtaining planning permission in the future.
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