Valuation of Real Estate

Valuation of Real Estate

Different purposes:

  • Financial reporting
  • Mortgage lending
  • Selling or buying
  • Strategic/business decisions

Real estate valuation is important both as part of business valuation in relation to excess assets and as a standalone service. In doing so, it is important that real estate valuation reflects the characteristics of real estate and the situation in the real estate market, since only in this way the valuation can be the basis for business decisions or other purposes.

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