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  • 'Friendly Valuer'

    Hi,

    What are these, how do you find them, and what are the implications ethically and legally?

  • #2
    Which way do you want to value? Up or down?

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    • #3
      Thanks,

      Value down...then improve.... then value up.

      Thanks.

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      • #4
        'Friendly Valuer'

        Originally posted by gazzaman
        Hi,

        What are these, how do you find them, and what are the implications ethically and legally?

        It sounds to me as if you're looking for a 'crooked' valuer, if you do happen to find one please tell me so I can avoid him/her like the plague.

        All I ever want is a 'true' market valuation, if there is such a thing.

        If you're wanting to, simply and cheaply, increase the value there are some good tips in the following link.

        http://www.propertytalk.com/forum/showthread.php?t=5177

        Aston
        Last edited by Aston; 18-11-2005, 04:42 PM.

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        • #5
          I agree with Aston. When I buy a property I want to know what it's REALLY worth. I don't want anything jacked up or down. If you want to succeed in investing and weather the cycles it pays to not stretch things as far as you possibly can and hope everything goes well. In Auckland I use Rene Mclean from RA Purdy and he is fantastic. He's always consistent and as an investor himself often suggests ways to improve yield or value. But I can borrow confidently on his valuations knowing they are genuine and fair

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