The licensed valuers at Garmony Property Consultants prepare numerous valuations for matrimonial matters including mediation purposes and for Family Court. Our reports are tailored to comply with the requirements of expert witnesses to the Family Court, providing detailed descriptions of the property, thorough analysis of comparable evidence and detailed conclusions as to how and why we arrive at the assessed market value.
With the benefit of our 30 year history, Garmony Property Consultants has the ability and the resources to carry out detailed valuations and consultancy advice for properties at retrospective dates. The need for valuations on properties at dates in the past, arise from Capital Gains Tax and Estate Planning issues along with advice for Litigation and Family Court matters. We have copies of all our valuations dating back to the commencement of our business in 1984 along with archived property related newspapers and journals. Having the benefit of being able to review and utilise the information in these historic reports enables our valuers to provide accurate assessments of properties at retrospective dates to assist our clients with their important property matters.
The expert property valuers at Garmony Property Consultants have detailed experience in providing Market Valuations, and acting as negotiators on behalf of owners and tenants for complex compensation matters. In providing this advice for our clients we have the ability to assist them by providing a valuation report or we can act on our client’s behalf and negotiate with the acquiring authority utilising our valuation skills, knowledge of the relevant Acts and our real estate agency skills to negotiate a fair and equitable outcome for our client. Under the Land Administration Act of 1997, the dispossessed land owner should be in no worse financial position than before the taking of land and our knowledge of the Perth and West Australian Property Market, along with the relevant Heads of Claim under the Land Administration Act of 1997 and the Planning and Development Act of 2005, we are able to provide detailed and important advice to our clients on the various heads of claim relevant to the property and reason for the taking. We welcome future clients to liaise with our senior valuers to discuss their requirements for expert compensation advice.