Real estate valuation
We value your property according to all common methods
A valuation can be necessary for many reasons - in preparation for a transaction, for tax reasons, as part of a purchase or due to legal requirements. In all these cases, we determine the correct procedure for the valuation for you and ensure that you know quickly what your property is worth.
What we can specifically do for you
- Valuation according to ImmoWertV
- International valuation methods (e. g. DCF)
- Valuation of properties with special uses or undeveloped land
- Individual market research for qualitative comparisons
- Structured implementation of portfolio valuations
- Negotiation support in the context of transactions
What benefit you receive
- Objective and result-oriented commercial evaluation
- Reliable figures and support in their evaluation
- Derivation of recommendations for action to optimise the purchase price
- Use of an individual tool customised to your needs
FAQ Real estate valuation
Reliable figures are essential, especially in the context of negotiations. The value of any property can be determined on the basis of a market value assessment. The value is derived from the income value, the asset value or the comparative value and shows what value can be achieved on the market.
Within the scope of a property valuation, all relevant parameters that influence value are identified and evaluated accordingly. For instance, risks can arise from an actual rent above or below market value, the condition of the building fabric or the technical installations. In addition to risks, a valuation can also reveal potential for value appreciation, which can subsequently be used to optimise the market value.
The so-called usual course of business is decisive for the selection of the right method. The capitalised earnings value method is used for properties that are usually acquired under yield aspects. Properties acquired for personal use are usually assessed using the asset value method. In the context of financing, the credit institution must determine a mortgage lending value. This does not represent the current market value, but the value that can be achieved in the long term. In the case of valuations of properties abroad or for foreign investors, the Discounted Cash Flow method (DCF method) can also be used, in which a present value is formed from the future cash flows.
In both cases, the properties are valued individually and separately, so there is no difference in the content of the valuation. A well-organised on-site inspection and synergies within the scope of the research enable several properties to be valued very efficiently in one process within the scope of a portfolio valuation. The results of the portfolio valuation are presented in individual reports as well as clearly summarised in a jacket report.
A mortgage lending value assessment can be used to determine how high the mortgage lending value is. The bank deducts a risk discount from this mortgage lending value. Each bank can determine this risk discount itself. The difference between the mortgage lending value and the risk discount indicates the maximum amount for which the bank will grant a loan.
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Alana Raubacher MRICS