Arriving at an opinion of a property’s value is a complex and disciplined process that can significantly impact your business. A well supported valuation is often a necessary step in securing a loan, choosing the best asset for your portfolio and closing a sale. Achieving a credible valuation report that complies with a client’s requirements and all applicable professional standards and regulations requires qualified professionals and a nuanced understanding of the property and broader market trends.
Our team is recognised as one of the best in the Irish marketplace, providing valuation, landlord and tenant, compulsory purchase and rating advice to government departments, financial institutions, multinational and national corporate clients and small and medium sized businesses.
In addition to providing an improved asset underwriting platform to our Valuation and Advisory services we are in the unique position to offer third party independent Risk Management services to our internal and external clients, matching your needs to professionals with appropriate credentials, experience and expertise. This service provides our clients with an added layer of risk assessment which can form part of any asset acquisition or disposal due diligence process.
Our Valuation and Advisory services include:
- Single-asset valuations
- Portfolio valuations
- Right of way valuations
- Lease and cost analysis
- Litigation support
- Feasibility studies
With our unique and expanding platform, we continue to attract the valuation industry’s leading professionals and provide a full range of expertise across all commercial property types nationwide.
What is the timeline for a valuation?
The amount of time required to complete a commercial property valuation varies depending on the scope of work. While we recommend planning for between two and three weeks, please contact us to discuss your assignment needs. We routinely complete accelerated timeframes, and will strive to complete within your required timeframe.
How do I know that the valuation is credible?
Appraisers are held to a strict code of ethics as determined by the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SCSI) and the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) which requires that all valuations be unbiased and based on credible information. During the valuation process, our team will thoroughly evaluate all the pertinent information and materials available to produce a well supported opinion of value.
What differentiates the Colliers Valuation and Advisory Services from others?
Our clients expect and deserve service excellence, which at a minimum includes the delivery of high quality, well supported valuation reports on time, and a responsive and accountable professional team. All of our valuations are evaluated and approved by an experienced Risk Management team to ensure our clients receive clear, concise, and timely valuation. Because we recognise that superior technology is not enough, our managers and professionals stand committed to our clients’ success. We take pride in providing service excellence every day, across all of our offices, and work hard to communicate early and often with our clients.
Emmett is Director and Head of Valuation & Advisory Services in Ireland.
He is responsible for the oversight and development of the Valuation, Lease Advisory, Rating, Compulsory Purchase and Hotels/Lesiure functions.
Emmett joined Colliers International as an Associate Director in 2015, he has previous exerience in a client side Asset Management role with a large NGO with a portfolio of over 250 mixed use assets. He holds in excess of 20 years industry experience across valuations, expert witness, landord and tenant, rent reviews, commercial agency and development.
Director Valuation & Advisory Services
Paul has over 30 years experience as a Chartered Surveyor having worked in London for both Local Government and in the property department of a high street bank, following which he returned to Dublin and ran the Valuation & Professional Services Department of one of the countries oldest independently owned firms of Chartered Surveyors for over 20 years. In 2011, Paul joined the National Asset Management Agency ( NAMA), where amongst other things he oversaw the sale and marketing of over €1bn worth of assets including a key landmark site in the Mayfair area of London. Following NAMA, Paul joined AIB Banks Plc to work with senior management to determine the banks' property lending strategy and ultimatley, he oversaw the Valuations workstream as part of the banks deleveraging strategy to reduce the Non-Performing Loanbook.