Philip Martin can provide a wide range of advice and services such as professional valuations for probate, insurance, taxation, divorce and litigation, as well as general advice on planning, development potential and legal matters. We are not, however, building surveryors and are unable to carry out structural surveys etc.
A formal probate valuation is carried out by one of our chartered surveyors (RICS) and is commonly required for probate. A formal valuation can only be conducted by a Chartered Surveyor who is also a Registered Valuer to ensure that they take into account all features and issues relating to a particular property. After a valuation, the client receives a written report detailing the value of the property and a fee is charged for this service. Valuations are required when a definitive value is needed. Reasons for this include a property settlement, obtaining finance from a lending institution or establishing the value of a deceased estate. A Court may also order that a valuation be obtained as part of the process of resolving a dispute. Request an RICS valuation here.
Philip Martin and Steven Jenkin are both members of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. By appointing an RICS Registered Valuer, you can be confident that you are working with regulated and qualified professionals who:
- adhere to the 'Red Book' valuation standards
- are committed to openness and transparency
- are experts in their field, delivering credible and high-quality reports
Valuer Registration is our quality assurance mechanism that monitors all registered RICS members who carry out 'Red Book' valuations and ensures consistent standards.
Valuer Registration aims to ensure the quality of valuations, raise the credibility of valuers and provide clients with a clearly identifiable designation of international standards, quality and the consistent application of 'Red Book' standards. We believe that a thriving and strong profession, operating under a single global standard and modern regulation system, is good for professionals, clients and society.