Rural property valuations are more difficult to assess than regular commercial or residential properties. These properties often require more attention because of their accessibility and varied uses. Rural properties are often situated in isolated locations, tempting valuers to take unnecessary shortcuts. At IVWA we always send a rural valuer to the site itself to make a full and accurate inspection of the whole property.
The varied uses for rural land includes grain and fruit production, dairy and cattle farming, vineyards, grazing properties, horse stud and agistment farms and poultry farms to name just a few. Each rural valuation requires in-depth analysis and research making sure we reach a fair and independent valuation. As this is a highly specialised field, experienced rural valuers are often hard to come by. At IVWA, we have valuers who specialise in rural properties.
With Australia’s enormous size and its vast number of rural properties and businesses, it is difficult to ascertain a true and accurate value without being knowledgeable in this field. Factors that influence rural valuations include water rights, drought, cattle disease, fuel prices, labour issues and government policy amongst others. With the above in mind, our rural specialists undertake a substantial amount of research before coming to a valuation conclusion that is a true reflection of the value of your property.
Contact us for your rural property valuation needs.