Knight Frank's property valuation experts provide a comprehensive range of single and portfolio valuations, market appraisals and consultancy services across both commercial and residential sectors.
Any person or business that owns, develops or occupies a property relies on a valuer’s expertise in order to make informed decisions.
But what is the difference between a market appraisal and a valuation?
Simply put, only an accredited, qualified valuer can provide formal valuations that can be relied up by financial institutions, lenders, private individuals, funds, property companies and the public sector.
Complex valuations require extensive knowledge and skills to ensure that all features and issues relating to a particular property are covered and acknowledged in the final figure.
Knight Frank's valuations experts are RICS Registered Valuers which means that you can be confident that you are working with regulated and qualified professionals.
Market appraisals, such as those offered by localy agents, are 'estimates' and are only intended as a guide to pricing. Estate agents offer appraisals estimated by knowledge of the local area and recent sale prices; they should only ever be used as an guide price. They are not definitive and have no legal standing.