Bangalow Property Valuer – eighty8valuers prepare property valuations in Bangalow. eighty8valuers are Certified Practising Valuers, which enables us to value property and to assist clients to obtain the market value or rental value for a variety of property transactions, including residential, commercial, industrial, rural farming and rural lifestyle.
Listed below is a brief overview of our services, greater detail can be found by clicking on the home tab:
- Ensuring correct asset / property protection through an Insurance Assessment to avoid paying too much for insurance premiums
- Providing you with a negotiation tool when purchasing a property with a market valuation Pre-purchase Report.
- The opportunity to save you time and money (lost due to extended advertising campaigns) by assisting with establishing the correct price for your property when selling through a market valuation Pre-sale Report.
- Ensuring that you are properly compensated when your land or property is resumed by a government authority via a Compensation Assessment due to Acquisition Report
- Peace of mind by adhering to the correct statutory process when declaring Capital Gains, Stamp Duty and Related Party Transfer to a Self-Managed Superannuation Fund for “non- arm’s length transactions”.
- Compliance by providing a Market Value Report to ensure accurate financial reporting for companies
- Compliance by providing a market value report to ensure an accurate Rental Determination and avert disagreements between landlords and tenants .
- Providing independent Construction Estimation and Feasibility Analysis for property developments.
- Providing an independent assessment when transferring property between related parties and therefore averting anxiety amongst family members with a Related Party Transfer Report
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Bangalow is a small town, not far from Byron Bay and Ballina in the northern New South Wales region of the Northern Rivers. The town’s name is believed to have been derived from an Aboriginal word “Bangalla” meaning “a low hill” or “a kind of palm tree”.
Bungalows historic streetscape and close proximity to Byron Bay has increased its appeal as a tourist destination. Tourists often visit as its main street is lined with modern cafes and boutique shops. With coffee beans a popular purchase along with organic produce.
The town was originally settled by timber cutters in the 1840’s, with a town established by the 1880’s. The town was known as “Bnagaloe” until 1907 when the modern spelling came into use.