Croisette conducts independent valuations of most property asset classes, such as residential properties, office properties, retail properties, industrial properties and social infrastructure as well as development land and building rights. Among our clients you’ll find banks, municipalities and property companies.
Our excellent regional market knowledge and collective level of competence in the company’s different business areas enables us to provide market information in valuations and analyses in a qualified and nuanced manner. This in turn supports the decision-making process of our clients.
The valuation process
Did you know ..
..that Croisette has a number of valuers certified by Samhällsbyggarna. All our valuations are carried out and approved by one or more certified valuers.
We also perform cost-saving analyzes. During the many hours we spend collecting market information, we occasionally encounter properties or stocks where there is financial potential that is not fully utilized. Our valuers and analysts then review your properties' income and expenses to develop any opportunities for streamlining.
Croisette’s property valuers
…are experienced and used to working at a high tempo and thus accustomed to to agile processes aimed at delivering high quality at a short notice.
An advisory property valuer and partner, Croisette will, upon the client’s request, act as a sounding board and advisor
regarding all issues pertinent to the different phases of the valuation process as well as analysis of decisions of a
property economic nature.
We can assist you by value most property classes, e.g.:
- Residential properties
- Industrial properties
- Commercial properties (e.g. retail, office)
- Social infrastructure (community service properties)
- Hotel properties
- Development land
- Development projects
- Building rights
- Security class properties
i.e. almost all property classes except forest properties.
We often make on-site inspections of the property we are assigned to value, in order to learn about the state of the property as well as the standard of the premises or the residential units. When we are unable to visit the site, we may still be able to conduct a valuation, a so-called desktop valuation.
In addition to on-site inspections, we require data from the client, such as rental income, area size and property costs. The client is responsible for ensuring the correctness of these data, and it is vital that we as valuers have access to all information of relevance, as the value of a property is, to a great extent, estimated based on the property’s returns and area.
Thereafter, we analyze the market potential of the property and estimate its value. The value is partly determined by analyzing the market for compatible properties, partly by a yield calculation.
Usually, we need the following information:
- Property registry code
- Total area size
- Rental information (rental income, contract duration, distribution of responsibilities, etc.)
- Possible vacancies
- Historical operation and maintenance costs, preferably over a period of few years
- Information about recent and/or planned investments in the property
- Potential value-add developments, such as undeveloped buildings rights
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