REA Carthy advise both Landlords and Tenants of prevailing rental values at rent review and lease renewal stage and negotiate on their behalf.
Values are not the only issue when resolving a rent review or lease renewal. REA Carthy understanding of leases and legislation ensures you get the best advice.
An insight into our work in this area includes –
Experience of agreed Code of Measuring Practice (IAVI/SCS)
Research and analysis of comparative data
Expertise in Landlord & Tenant and Case Law
Reporting market trends and economic factors
Knowledge of Planning & Development legislation and plans
Our clients rely on our valuation advice for a variety of purposes.
Valuations of properties require accurate market knowledge, professional competency, objectivity and independence.
REA Carthy's commercial valuations are undertaken in accordance with the Appraisal and Valuations Standards (the Red Book) published in Ireland by the Society of Chartered Surveyors
Compulsory Purchase (CPO) powers are used by Local Authorities and Statutory Bodies to acquire land/property for the provision of infrastructure, where claims for compensation are assessed under statutory rules, legislation and case law.
REA carthy’s extensive experience in negotiating claims for both land/property owners and local authorities in this highly specialised area can help you achieve the best outcome.
Make sure to act as soon as you receive notification – time is of the essence.
RATEABLE VALUATIONS (R.V.)
Rates are a tax levied by Local Authorities on commercial property occupiers.
You may want to buy out the Freehold on your existing house. Perhaps you need advice about whether you can expand the title of your commercial unit.
Our knowledge of the relevant legislation and our experience acting for both Landlords and Tenants in this specialised area can help you to achieve the best outcome and potentially add real value to your property asset.
Make sure to act as soon as you receive notification – time limits are particularly important in this area and, if not appealed, the Rateable Valuation will be set with no change permitted.