Over the last few years there have been significant shifts in the retail sector. Some of these shifts can be attributed to the world’s economy, whilst others are retailed to changes in consumer behaviour. At the start of 2019, 80.8% of Australians were shopping online and that number is set to increase so that could have an impact on the value of your retail business whether it’s a traditional bricks and mortar store, or an ecommerce store that only operates online.
If you want to know what your retail business is worth, then get in touch with us. We have a dedicated Retail Valuation team that can offer a professional retail valuation and advisory service.
Our Valuers are highly sought after because of the accuracy and reliability of their valuations and advice. They have great knowledge of the retail sector through their years of valuation experience. Our ACT Retail Valuation couple their knowledge with extensive research of the retail sector.
We carry out valuations for a variety of purposes including, but not limited to internal accounting, tax, merger, acquisition and for sale purposes.
Our Retail Valuers provide valuations on:
Suburban and regional shopping centres;CBD and village retail property;Supermarkets;Cafes and fast food outlets;Service stationsSpecialist retail;Vacant land.
Our team of retail valuation staff can assess the operation costs of a property portfolio including providing an analysis of head office overheads. Some of our other retail advisory service areas include:
Rent reviews;Rental determination;Lease negotiation;Development potential and feasibility studies.
ACT Valuation inspection spots fill up quickly so if you’d like to arrange a valuation then give us a call and we will do our best to inspect your retail business within 48 hours, with the intention to finalise your retail valuation report within 3-5 business days.