Fraser Valuers FAQ's

Who can instruct us to undertake a valuation?

Instructions to undertake a valuation on a property can be received by either property owners, prospective purchasers, financial institutions, Accountants and Solicitors, as well as anyone with an interest in property.

How do I obtain an obligation free quote?

Either call our friendly staff on (07) 4668 9681 or email fraservaluers@fraservaluers.com.

What do we value?

Land including Residential, Rural Residential, Commercial, Industrial and Rural properties; Easements, Water entitlements, Lease’s and Carbon Interests.

Where do we value?

We are well positioned to service our client’s needs throughout the Local Government Authorities of: Toowoomba Regional Council, Western Downs Regional Council, Maranoa Regional Council, Goondiwindi Regional Council, Banana Shire Council, Blackall Tambo Regional Council, Murweh Shire Council, Bulloo, Paroo, Quilpie and Balonne Shire Councils as well as venturing further south west into the Diamantina and Paroo Shires and north west as far as Alice Springs.

Why would you need something valued?

There maybe a number of differing reasons a valuation is required, these can include:

Can we help with regards to land acquisition, land access & stakeholder engagement?

Yes we can. We have experienced personnel that can assist in all matters of concern regarding land acquisition, land access and stakeholder engagement. We assist all parties that are required to acquire or have been effected by easement, mining, gas access and compensation.

Difference between Valuer & Agent?

Valuations can only be conducted by a qualified valuer who has undertaken tertiary education studies and training in this field, to ensure that they take into account all of the features and issues relating to a particular property.

An independent valuation provides market value of your property as at a specific date. Valuers refer to arms length market data to compare with your property. Forced sales are disregarded. A valuation report will include comprehensive property description and a detailed description of sales data relied upon.

Professional valuations are usually used for mortgages and legal requirements and Valuers must be prepared to support their estimate in a court of law.

Agent’s appraisals are a personal opinion of what a property may achieve, but are not legal documents, and should only be used to provide an estimate of a property’s worth.