Commercial real estate
For the valuation of commercial real estate, such as business premises, catering establishments, shops, but also rented homes and investments, the valuation is mainly based on the rental value, i.e. on the potential rental flow that the property can generate. In addition, the purpose of the valuation is important. This purpose determines the specific requirements for the valuation report. The valuation process includes, among other things, the size and content of the property, the value of the land on which the property stands, the effect of zoning and area plans on the property and reference transactions of comparable properties. But other issues also play a role, such as sustainability aspects and ownership situations.
To get the most accurate picture possible of the value of your commercial real estate, it is important for a valuer to combine the findings from the measurement and assessment, with public information, such as data from the Land Registry, to form an extensive valuation report. This report contains, among other things, the exact value of the business premises, accompanied by the detailed substantiation of the valuer.
KATE Valuation Software supports valuers of commercial real estate to achieve the most comprehensive reporting possible. This report is suitable for various purposes, such as the preparation of the annual accounts, tax returns, financing, insurance, company acquisitions or company mergers, purchase or sale processes, lease agreements, dissolution proceedings, arbitration cases or reconstruction value calculations. Periodic valuation of commercial real estate is important in order to gain insight into the value development. The report shows any undervaluation and overvaluation of your property compared to the balance sheet value.
KATE Valuation Software focuses on the automation of administrative and repetitive tasks and the content of the reports, so that the knowledge and skills and the distinctive character of the valuer are fully utilized.