McLennan Steege Smith & Associates
Deceased Estates and probate property settlements can often be cause of disputes between beneficiaries. The process of dealing with an “deceased estate” can be lengthy and encumbersome. It may be moths or even years later that the beneficiaries may learn the true value of a property. The probate valuation can be either current or retrospective (ie date of death). The valuation ensures fair market value at a specific date.
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Our firm regularly carries out insurance valuations on both strata (owners corporation), building and privately owned buildings and improvements. We
Our firm is regularly appointed by the Australian Property Institute to carry out rental determinations when requested by the NSW
We are listed be the Family Law Court of Australia as a preferred valuation firm (especially as a single expert
Our firms origins are mortgage valuation work. We have been acting on behalf of financial lending institutions and carry out
We can provide either a short or long form valuation depending upon your requirements prior to the purchase or the
We can provide professional advice regarding part or full compulsory acquisition from relevant government departments including the Department of Planning,
Drainage, electrical, transmission, sewerage, right of way and various other types may be valued for either party.
In cases where one may need their property to be used as security for the release of an individual on
Should you improve your investment property by renovations, additions or perhaps knocking down and rebuilding the entire house, you are
We can provide a short form valuation to satisfy the Department of State Revenue’s requirements (taxation department). This minimises costs
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