Homeland Real Estate Valuers is a professional services firm offering specialised valuation and appraisal services of property, plant, machinery, equipment and rights in property.
Clients include individuals, multinational enterprises, and public and government institutions. Our office is at Kimironko near Kimironko bus station at promise house, office A02.. The fundamental differentiation of Cape Value’s services is based on enabled people, speed and quality, and a continual quest to learn and improve.
Valuation services we provide
Market Value and Market Rent
What would I use a market valuation for?
A market valuation can be required in various instances such as when deciding to buy or sell, rounding up an estate late, managing a portfolio of investments, reporting for financial statements or legal purposes such as disputes or divorces.
Fair Value (Current or Future Utility)
What would I use a fair value valuation for?
Fair value can be considered when there are disputes on value based on current and future use. In some cases the property’s value is not based only on its current use, but also the probable future use as perceived by the market.
What would I use this valuation for?
This approach is normally associated with a development. When, as an owner, you are contemplating selling a property to a developer or when a developer is anticipating to buy a property, the value basis would most often be that of residual value.
What would I this valuation for?
This is used when you apply for a loan and you give collateral. It’s a survey that gives the lender an independent confirmation of the property’s value – including checking the prices of similar properties sold in the area.
The valuation also tells the lender if there are any features or significant defects that could affect the property’s value. After all, the lender is lending money against this property, so they have to be sure it’s the right type of property – and at the right price.
When is this needed?
This is used in case of insurance. When you want to insure your property against risks like fire or natural hazards you can’t use the market value of the property. This is why you will need to know the insurance value