Valuations For Your

Commercial Properties


Valuation of a property allows you to make the best investment decisions

  • Retail Shops
  • Commercial Office Buildings
  • Industrial Warehouses & Factories
  • Special Rural Properties – Lifestyle
  • Stamp Duty
  • Rental Dispute Valuation
  • Family Court
  • Superannuation Fund Reporting
  • Capital Gains Tax Purposes

Ensure you do not pay too much for a property!

A pre-purchase property valuation may save you money by revealing the hidden costs or benefits of a property. Real-estate agents may offer free appraisals to secure properties to sell; frequently the appraisals are unrealistically high and based purely on a need for business. The accurate valuation of a property allows you to make the best investment decisions: whether to hold, sell or reposition; when to relocate; what price to pay. Timing is critical to realizing capital appreciation, and profits are often made at the time of purchase. Due to the time it takes to relocate, it is essential that you take future as well as current factors influencing the property market into account. In conjunction with advice from our accountant a valuation can be a very powerful planning aid.

Industrial and Commercial Property Valuers

Major Valuations provides independent valuations of:
  • Retail shops and shopping centres
  • Commercial office buildings
  • Industrial warehouses and factories
  • Accommodation houses
  • Business parks
  • Special rural properties
  • Retirement villages

Factors to Consider when
Purchasing Commercial Properties

Each property is unique, and a greater range of internal and external factors determines the value
of commercial than residential properties.

A property valuation must consider the following key areas:

  • Marketability of the property
  • Exposure and prestige of location
  • Building quality and aesthetics
  • Floor plate – functionality and size
  • Parking
  • Accessibility of services
  • Ancillary income sources
  • Tenant quality and tenant mix
  • Managing agents and lease terms
  • Net market rental and potential rate of return
  • Currency of lease and guarantor positions
  • Rent review periods
  • Demand and vacancy profiles

Commercial Diligence Valuations

Buying a commercial property for occupation or investment is rarely simple. Without assistance it is possible to spend over 12 months searching for a property as markets change and opportunities are missed.

Major Valuations’ expert knowledge of the local market makes it possible for you to consider all stock in a timely manner.

Opportunity for Redevelopment or Income Growth

The lease documentation is often the pivot point of value growth. We can advise on the currency of the rental reserved under the lease and acceptability of rent review methodology and intervals.