Business Property Valuation

Business property valuation is a narrow niche associated with business valuation practice. Sometimes a business that needs a business valuation report requires a business property valuation as well as a valuation of the business component.

Some examples of business property valuation include the business property valuation of a childcare centre, the business property valuation of a caravan park or the business property valuation of a motel, and the business property valuation of a roadhouse.

Another common example of business property valuation of a holiday complex manager’s apartment (management rights freehold component). In these circumstances, the valuer needs to be a licensed land valuer as well as a business valuer.

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