Get One of our Commercial Valuers for your Melbourne Commercial Property Valuation
From pre-purchase to pre-sale, Capital Gains Tax or market rental find the value of your commercial property today!
When you contact Masons about a valuation of a commercial property, we take the time to tailor our services to you, ensuring you save time, get the right service and that you get value for money. At Mason’s we specialise in the following commercial valuations;
- Pre-Sale or Pre-Purchase valuations of most commercial, retail or industrial spaces
- Valuations for Financial reporting purposes of most commercial, retail or industrial spaces
- Valuations for Stamp Duty or Capital Gains Tax purposes of most commercial, retail or industrial spaces
- Valuations for Self-Managed Super Funds of most commercial, retail or industrial spaces
- Valuations for Insurance purposes of most commercial, retail or industrial spaces
What is a Commercial property valuation?
Valuing a commercial property requires a different set of skills to that of say a residential property. Typically a valuers may need to consider the differing nature of the location and transportation around a commercial property, the current and allowable uses of the zoning and of course the improvements upon the land. There may also be an existing tenancy or lease agreement in place.
Given that many commercial and retail properties appeal to investors, we need to also understand what constitutes market rent at the time and also understand what the relationship to purchase prices and rental incomes have been set.
Calculating and understanding the yield of a commercial property investment has its own formula. At Mason’s we have the experience to provide valuations on most commercial, retail and industrial properties.
Our independent valuations mean you can rely on us for accurate and impartial advice, right when you need it.
Our experienced local experts provide the most accurate commercial valuations
As there is so much information available today about real estate and the state of the property, we find many clients can be confused, newspaper articles and anecdotal estate agent claims, can often make use feel good, however invariably they are unreliable when it comes to assessing the real value of a property.