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Valuation of real estates

The guiding approach of our expert institute is to provide our clients with services of the highest standard to the fullest extent also in the valuation of real estates. Our team is ready to carry out valuations for commercial purposes, for fiscal purposes, for purposes of litigation and various other uses.

Valuation of real estates by pricing rules for the purposes of:

  • Transfer of real estates ( purchase, exchange, sale, donation, inheritance),
  • Creation of easements.

Market valuation of real estates for the purposes of:

  • Finding a real price of pledges for banks (mortgage and commercial credits),
  • Determination of real market prices (for citizens, businessmen, state institutions, european institutions, arbitrators and judges),
  • Property investment (equity increase, merging, amalgamation, splitting etc.),
  • Insolvency proceedings,
  • Finding settlement amount in co-ownership.



Types of valuated real estates:

  • Residential buildings (family houses, apartment houses, holiday homes and cottages, holiday and gardens cottages),
  • Apartments and non-residential premises in buildings and halls,
  • Industrial constructions (buildings and halls for industry, power engineering and water management),
  • Agricultural buildings and structures (buildings and halls for agricultural production, breeding and rearing of animals, for storage and presentation of products),
  • Transportation structures (buildings and halls for garaging, repairing, maintenance and service of vehicles),
  • Civil constructions (office buildings, hotels, buildings for health and social care, community services, for teaching, sport and physical training, for trade and catering, accommodation and recreation),
  • Civil engineering,
  • Special industrial constructions,
  • Estates (including agricultural and forests),
  • Perennial crops,
  • Forests crops,
  • Ponds and water reservoirs.

Valuations in specific cases:

  • Mineral resources deposits,
  • Determining the amount of material damage,
  • Restitutions and judicial rehabilitations,
  • For accounting purposes,
  • For insurance,
  • Division of joint ownership.