Valuation of Real Estate
Valuer’s Collegia provides professional services for independent valuation of the following real estate items:
- Administration buildings;
- Industrial structures;
- Various isolated premises (offices, shops, warehouses, etc.);
- Construction in progress;
- Road structures, bridges, tanks, guards, etc.
Valuation of real estate is necessary in the following cases:
- loans secured by real estate;
- real estate purchase/ sale/ lease transactions;
- investment business planning in order to attract investors;
- real property contribution to the share capital;
- tax optimization;
- dealing with succession rights;
- property dispute resolution;
- revaluation of assets;
- other cases related to real estate titles.
List of documents required for valuation of real estate:
- Copy of the Certificate of state registration, and if unavailable – copy of the extract from the register of title and title restrictions to the buildings and constructions and (or) other document confirming the Client’s rights to the item subject to valuation;
- Copy of the technical certificate or the document (certificate) confirming space-and-planning parameters and design characteristics of the item subject to valuation;
- Copy of the inventory card for fixed assets or the extract from the inventory book (for individual entrepreneurs), or other primary accounting documents;
- Accounting statement indicating: book value of the item subject to valuation as of the date of valuation, the real estate tax rate taking into account multiplying co-efficients, the total amount of land tax in the current year;
- Copy of the document confirming the Client’s title to the land plot;
- Lease agreements in force (if any);
- Copy of the Certificate of state registration of a legal entity (individual entrepreneur) – the owner of the item subject to valuation.
All copies of documents provided by the Client shall be certified by the authorized person and sealed.
The Client shall provide for access to the item subject to valuation for its inspection.