What is a residential valuation?
A residential valuation tells you how much your home is worth if you were to put it on the market. Mortgage applicants, investors, banks, brokers, lenders, accountants and solicitors all make use of residential valuations to determine the fair market price for a home.
How is a valuation calculated?
Our property valuations look at data from the widest possible variety of sources including online property websites, property sale data sites, and local high street estate agents.
In addition to this research and experience, we carry out a thorough inspection of the property with regard to its location, local services and amenities, comparable properties, and the general condition of the property. We will also consider factors that may affect the valuation negatively such as undesirable architectural features, damage or landscape issues, and proximity to noisy businesses and infrastructure.
We are familiar with an enormous range of property types as well as valuing portfolios, so can cater for almost any requirements.
Beware! The valuation is not a Home Survey!
The valuation is not a survey, however, and only assesses the condition of the property as much as can be done from a visual inspection and insofar as it affects the valuation. It is not suitable for assessing what work may be required on the property after purchase, or gathering recommendations as to repairs of maintenance.
How can AWH help?
Extensive London experience. We are experts in London and Prime Central London property, regularly valuing high value houses and flats within the M25.
Consistent communication. At every stage in the process, we contact you to provide updates.
To discuss our services and experience in more detail, or to get advice on conducting a valuation on your property, contact us on 0800 197 1240 or through our contact page.
Great service, good responsiveness and turn-around times, good value for money and great flexibility.
– Barclays Wealth