Having an up-to-date valuation is an essential piece of information every commercial property owner should have. We value hundreds of commercial properties on a weekly basis and this gives us the UK-wide snapshot which is essential to provide an accurate valuation of the commercial property.
Confidently valuing every type of commercial property
The types of commercial premises we visit and value is limitless. Our RICS-Registered Valuers are happy to value retail units, offices, industrial estates, farms, business parks and warehouses and they are equally as confident in their valuation of investment, commercial development land and businesses for sale. If you are thinking of selling your commercial property, we’d be delighted to visit your premises to discuss a future sale and pricing potential.
Our valuation visit will be thorough and our valuer will make a detailed inspection of your assets. We then use real-time data and commercial trends to provide an accurate valuation, which is detailed in a full report, along with any advice and professional recommendations.
Trusted valuations from the industry’s specialists
Accurate valuations are important to us and in addition to our own meticulous processes, our ‘Red Book’ valuations are given in accordance with the mandatory rules, best practice guidance and related commentary laid down by RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors).
When instructing Humberts, you can expect professional valuers who are members of RICS itself, ensuring they have the relevant qualifications needed to uphold the professionalism, ethics and high standards to deliver the first-class service to our clients. For added protection and as a responsible commercial estate agent, we also carry professional indemnity insurance up to £5 million.
Valuations for purposes other than sales
Of course, a market appraisal is the starting point of every sale or let but a current valuation is vital for company accounts, bank funding, dilapidations relating to diminution in value, stamp duty, business rates, and capital gains tax. In addition, our Chartered Surveyors and valuers provide valuations for the Charities Act, taxation (probate and inheritance), receivership, insolvency, expert witness, insurance reinstatement, matrimonial and for litigation purposes.