Tangible Assets

  • Immovable Property

    The normal methods followed in valuation of immovable properties are the Land and Building Method, Income Capitalisation method, profit method and development method.
  • Real Estate Project

    Real estate sellers, buyers, and lenders need be able to determine the worth of real estate in order to make good financial decisions. Property valuation is the process which determines the economic value of real estate.
    Property valuation is estimated upon four foundational pillars. Demand, the first, is the magnitude of interest and buying power in the market for purchasing property. Utility, the second, is the ability of the real estate to satisfy the use or need of prospective purchasers. Scarcity, the third, recognizes that there's a limited supply of real estate. Transferability, the fourth, refers to the ease at which a parcel of real estate can legally be transferred to a new owner.
  • Plant & Machinery

    Valuation of plant and machinery is highly complex in nature. Major issues to be considered in the valuation of plant and machinery are the specific utility or usefulness of industrial property, its contribution to the production of goods and services for which it is designed and deployed.
    It also covers estimation in monetary terms the worth of the plant and machinery in existing use or their contribution to the profitability of the business after considering the market situation or standard of maintenance.
  • Commercial & Residential Property

    Estimating the value of commercial property is necessary for a variety of endeavors, including financing, sales listing, investment analysis, property insurance, and taxation. But for most people, determining the asking or purchase price of a piece of real property is the most useful application of real estate valuation.