Valuations 

As RICS registered valuers, we have the local knowledge and expertise to provide a range of valuation services 
Help to Buy 
Insurance Reinstatement 
Market Valuation 
Probate Valuation 
Divorce/Relationship Breakdown 
Shared Ownership 

Help to Buy Valuations 

Whether you are selling your property or looking to redeem your loan, we can guide you through the valuation process. 
 
We have prepared a significant number of Help to Buy redemption valuations and desktop extensions, all of which have been satisfactorily processed by Target HCA. 
 
If you are looking to redeem a Help to Buy loan, need further advice or a valuation, please do not hesitate contact us 

Insurance Reinstatement Valuation 

A Reinstatement Valuation is an estimation of the cost of rebuilding a property in the event of total destruction. An accurate assessment will eliminate the risks associated with under insurance and will avoid payment of excessive premiums for over insurance. 
 
If your property is undervalued, you may not receive the full cost of reinstatement. Even if your policy is index linked, it is wise to have your insurance valuation periodically re-calculated to ensure you have sufficient cover. 

Market Valuation 

There are various situations whereby a market valuation of a residential property is required, such as for tax or Probate purposes. 
 
Our Market Valuations are undertaken in full compliance with the current Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Valuation Professional Standards. 
 
All of the Market Valuations carried out by ML Surveyors are undertaken by RICS Registered Valuers. 

Divorce/Relationship Breakdown 

If you are getting divorced or your relationship has broken down, one of the biggest financial decisions is what happens to the family home. An Open Market Valuation by a RICS registered valuer is a good starting point in your negotiations. 
 
In marital proceedings, where the parties cannot agree regarding the value of property, such a valuation is often required for the Court on a joint sole expert basis. The provision of such a valuation avoids wasting Court time and reduces costs. Your legal adviser should be able to advise further in this respect. 
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