If you’re thinking of buying or selling a retail property, it’s important to get a freehold retail valuation. In today’s markets you cannot afford NOT to get a certified property valuer to assess the property. This is important information to have, as it will help you determine how much you can afford to pay for the property. Additionally, the property valuer’s opinion will be helpful in negotiating the purchase price with a seller or buyer.
Of course, it’s not just the value of the property that you need to consider when making a purchase. You also need to think about the location, the type of shop, and the potential for growth. However, if you have a clear idea of what you’re looking for and you’re confident in your valuer’s opinion, then you should be able to find the perfect retail property for your needs.
Romeo Property Valuers is staffed with highly qualified Registered Property Valuers combining over 50 years of property valuation experience.
The Director, Vincent Romeo, sits on the Board the Australian Valuers Institute and acts as an advisor and mentor to many Registered property Valuers throughout NSW.
Romeo Property Valuers have acted for many Private, Corporate and Government clients in their tenure as one of the leading Valuation firms in NSW enabling Vincent Romeo an opportunity to offer his property valuation expertise on Channel 10’s popular lifestyle show “The Living Room”.
Other than being highly accredited as Registered Property Valuers throughout NSW we have an extensive range of knowledge and experience in the Property Analysing process and pride ourselves on delivering comprehensive property analysis and subsequently reliable and accurate property valuations. We are constantly observing and educating ourselves with the trends and changes in the market in order to make sure your property valuation is accurate, precise and reliable.
To make an informed property purchase or else in order to obtain solid returns on your home’s equity, you require accurate and realistic data. We strive to deliver market-leading strategic and innovative property advice using state-of-the-art valuation and information technology systems in order to enable you to make informed financial decisions.
A freeholder of a property owns it outright, including the land that it is built on. If you purchase a freehold property then you are responsible for both the property, whether be shop, or commercial business as well as the land that it sits on.
When you buy a property freehold you own the land and the building that it sits on. If you are a leaseholder you own the building only for a set number of years. However you do not own the land.
Purchasing a freehold property can be more expensive than a leasehold in the beginning. This could be due to the size of the property as leasehold properties tend to be more apartments rather than stand alone houses.
Yes. When you are purchasing or selling any property, for such a large transfer with expensive transaction costs, it is important to get the paperwork right. There are risks and consequences for not getting the experts involved when you are ready to sell or purchase a property.