Charities Act Valuations

Charities Act Valuations

Our Charities Act Valuations help you understand the value of your charity’s property ready for sale.

The purchase, sale or transfer of property associated with a Registered Charity can be a tricky business. Provisions of the Charities Act 2011 state that before committing to a property sale (or other relevant disposal), charity trustees must have obtained and considered a written report from a qualified surveyor acting exclusively for the charity.

Independent Property Valuation

Evidence-based report that outlines the value of the property.

Red Book Compliant

RICS Valuation Standards valuation carried out by a Chartered Surveyor.

Our Charities Act Valuations are all compliant with the “Red Book” (The RICS Valuation Standards) and are carried out by a Chartered Surveyor with appropriate local knowledge. This is to ensure fairness and transparency in all of the Charity’s activities.

We have extensive experience in providing this kind of valuation advice and know the subtle differences between valuation for the Charities Act compared to other types of valuations.

We have acted for both small and national charities, ensuring their properties for sale are valued correctly and ensuring any property being purchased by the charity is being bought at the correct and a fair value.

We can provide valuation advice on residential or commercial property, throughout the East and West Midlands.  We can also provide valuation advice on matters where a valuation of land subject to planning, or valuation of potential developments is required.

The process is swift and straightforward, and we can report either directly to the charity or the solicitors dealing with the sale to ensure that the process is as trouble free as possible.