A retrospective valuation is a valuation of the property at a date that predates the Surveyor’s inspection.
The valuation will provide you with an accurate price at the specified date, for example; you may require a valuation for the property in the 1960’s, 1970’s, 1980’s, 1990’s etc.
Our experienced and Chartered Surveyors will undertake thorough historical research and provide you with an accurate figure as to what the property would have been worth on the specified date.
Retrospective Valuations are often used for Probate matters, Matrimonial matters or for Capital Gains Tax (CGT).
Type of Factors that can affect the Valuation:
The size of the property will have a direct effect on its value, our Valuers will not only establish the per square foot value but will also take into account the local market factors, sales prices, and market trends. This ensures our valuations also reflect the true market price.
Retrospective Valuations determine the value of the property at a specific date and year. Given the nature of the property market, prices can widely vary year to year, as such our extensive research ensures that we are always abreast of year by year prices ensuring our valuations represent an arm's length figure.
Property Location is key to the value of the property. Our local knowledge ensures we are always well adverse with location factors that can both improve and affect the property value. Within all of our reports, we confirm location factors that we believe are a credit to the final valuation.
Retrospective Valuation Fixed Costs:
Here at Berry Lodge Surveyors, we believe Valuation costs should be transparent, fixed and never include any hidden extras.
All of our Retrospective Valuations are set at fixed a cost and include the inspection, report, discussion, and recommendations once the report is complete and in the hands of our clients.
Our Retrospective Valuation costs start at£750 + VAT.