Frequently Asked Questions
How long will it take to complete a valuation ?
It depends on the complexity and the purpose of the valuation. Generally it will take from 2 – 10 working days, depending on the availability of the information needed to do the specific valuation.
Are you registered valuers and is there a body which governs the valuation profession ?
I am registered both at the South African Council for the Property Valuation Profession as well as with the South African Institute of Valuers. We adhere to the professional regulations and code of conduct of the Property Valuers Profession.
In which areas do you do valuations ?
I am based in Bela-Bela ( Warmbaths ). We do farm valuations in the Limpopo, North-west, Mpumalanga and KwaZulu-Natal provinces.
Do you only do farm valuations ?
I specialize in farm valuations and farm valuations where the farm is identified by the state for land reform purposes. I also specialize in business valuations, valuations for servitude purposes on farms ( for power lines to be erected, pipe-lines and road servitudes ) and insurance valuations. I do valuations of all property types
Can you help me to negotiate with the state to determine the compensation amount, when my farm is identified for expropriation / land reform purposes ?
After I did the professional valuation of your farm I can assist you, as an additional service, during the negotiation process with the state. I did additional training in negotiation skills.
What is included in the valuation report you receive ?
I provide a comprehensive ( fully motivated ) valuation report where the valuation of the property is substantiated with a full motivation thereof. It includes title deed information, a description of improvements as well as relevant agricultural economic factors.
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