IPN Valuers provides Mortgage Valuations for hundreds of lenders for housing, construction, property development, investments and general mortgage security assessments.
Clients requiring valuations for selling, purchasing, family transfers, estates, wills, family law and taxation can order a valuation by contacting IPN Valuers by phone, website, email or calling into one of our offices across the country.
In addition to valuations, IPN Valuers expert consultants can assist with advisory services in planning, design, strategy and implementation of your project – large or small.
Getting replacement insurance figures right is important when dealing with your insurer or broker - avoid under or over insurances with an Insurance Valuation from IPN Valuers.
Portfolios and specialised property assets may require recurrent valuations for financial reporting purposes or audits and IPN Valuers have regular Asset Valuation programmes which can be tailored to clients needs.
Unit Entitlement Assessments
Recent changes to state government legislation require Valuers to assess Unit Entitlements for Owner Corporations – IPN Valuers have extensive experience in these assessments for new developments or those where disputes exist.
Before any project can get off the ground it requires a detailed assessment as to its profitability and IPN Valuers can undertake a Development Feasibility through the various stages of a development and identify areas where savings can be achieved or where sales can improve.
Whether it’s a lease, market value or determination, IPN Valuers has qualified Specialist Retail Valuers on hand to provide accurate assessments of shops in the main street or a shopping centre.
Self Storage facilities come in many shapes and sizes and assessing value requires an understanding of the demand for self-storage – IPN Valuers has this knowledge.
For the purposes of asset valuation for probate or trusts, commonly used to help identify the fair market value of a deceased estate on behalf of the beneficiaries.
Frequently Asked Questions
Valuation fees depend on the location, type of property (house, land, unit, farm, shop, commercial property etc) and the purpose of the valuation (Stamp Duty, Taxation, Family Law etc) because each report style is different. We can provide you with a quote over the phone at any time.
From the date you instruct us to the date your receive the report generally ranges from 2-5 working days. Commercial properties take a little longer. We are also available to undertake urgent assessments – particularly for Auctions or court cases.
Real Estate agent provides an opinion or an appraisal. Only a Registered Valuer can provide a valuation which is a legal document often required for Government Departments (Taxation) or for Court Cases. Generally, an agent will provide a list price or a predicted sale price at some time in the future whereas the valuer is providing the sale price as at that date with a detailed report outlining the property characteristics, sales evidence and market commentary and the property’s marketability.
Yes – Direct Comparison is the main method used in valuation. A Valuer will compare your property with sales of similar properties that have occurred in the area and make adjustments for the positives and negatives and allow for the market behaviour at that time.
No, we value real estate only.
No, this is a very specialised field but we can refer you to a Plant & Equipment valuer.
We are Real Estate Valuers and we do property valuations. We are not Evaluators and we don’t do Evaluations!