Broll Property Group, the largest independently owned Pan-African commercial property services company, has entered into an exclusive affiliate arrangement with Cushman & Wakefield, a leading global real estate services company.

Delta Property Fund, a specialist black-managed and substantially black-owned REIT with a significant sovereign underpin, today reported results for the year ended 28 February 2019 reflecting the toughest operating year in the Fund’s history.

When valuing a business premises i.e. offices, industrial or retail, we generally use the rental income to determine the value of the property.

Owners of properties earmarked for acquisition by the state could find themselves pinned firmly in a corner when it comes to negotiating market-value prices.

Tuesday, 03 June 2014 07:46

UNIQUECO Property Valuers

UniqueCo Property Valuers

Company Profile & Background

UNIQUECO Properties (Pty) Ltd (Trading as UNIQUECO Property Valuers) was established in 2008, providing professional valuation services of exceptional quality, primarily real estate, using unique valuation methodologies and administrational strategies.

BEE Status & Ownership

UNIQUECO features a Level 4 Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) with 40% shareholding by Black Woman Empowerment with directors Lourens Nel and Ruth Mokonyane.

General Scope of Services

• Building Insurance Valuations

• Real Estate Open Market Valuations

• Assessment of Movable Property

• Mass Valuations (Asset Registers or Municipal Valuations Rolls)

• Building or Development Progress Assessment

• Servitude & Expropriation Assessment

Property Valuations

The following immovable PROPERTY TYPES are commonly known to the investment markets of the South African property industry:

• Residential (Housing)

• Commercial (Offices)

• Industrial (Light & Heavy industrial related to warehouse, workshop and factories)

• Retail (Shopping malls, centres, wholesalers, etc)

• Agricultural (Commercial, domestic and general farmland)

• Leisure (Hotel, resort, game farm & lodge, golf estate, etc)

• Specialised (Petrol Filling Station, mining deposits, building progress payments, etc)

• Equity & Commodities (Mining, plant & machinery, portfolios and asset registers)

• Municipalities (Mass property compilation for rates & taxes)

• Servitude & Expropriations (Power lines, roads, pipelines, etc)

Purpose for Property Valuations

Part of our investigations is to inform relevant stakeholders about the common understanding of the value contributing attributes of real estate.

• Buying & Selling

• Building Insurance

• Investment

• Auditing & Asset Registration

• Income Taxes

• Municipal Rates & Taxes

• Legal Assistance

• Expropriations

• Estates or Sequestrations

• Equity & Shareholding Value

• Asset Registers

• Historical Valuations

Contact us

Tel                        (012) 751 1288

Fax                       086 565 9966

E-mail                    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Website                www.uniqueco.co.za

Operations            National

Published in Property Valuers

After a lackluster performance in the past four years, the South African property market is now gaining momentum. 

Thursday, 11 April 2013 07:39

Cities grapple with valuations mess

Johannesburg is not alone in dealing with a valuation roll mess. Cape Town, reputed to be an efficient administration, is faced with the same headache.

Friday, 22 February 2013 07:19

New municipal rates lead to many queries

The Cape Town City Council’s current revaluing of residential property has, as previously, resulted in his property group being flooded with questions from the general public as to the accuracy and reliability of these rates – and, in many cases, the policy on which the Council appears to be working.

The ClareMart Auction Group would like to extend their expertise and assistance to ratepayers across the Cape Metro should they wish to have their property individually valued by an independent authority in the property market.

Homeowners in Cape Town must check their new municipal property valuations carefully to ensure they won’t be charged excessive property rates going forward.  The new valuations are being finalised in January and will be sent out in February. Objections to the given valuations can be made, but there is only a short time to do so.

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