We are excited to announce that Preston Rowe Paterson has signed a strategic partnership agreement with Daiwa Real Estate Appraisal Co., Japans largest privatised valuation business with head offices in Tokyo. Established in 1966, Daiwa is a long standing property valuation firm with 8 offices across the county and approximately 250 valuers, architects and engineers. […]Read Full Story
Posts Tagged ‘Valuation’
Posted date: November 10th 2015 . Author AdminSydney .
Posted date: August 26th 2015 . Author AdminSydney .
The directors of Preston Rowe Paterson are delighted to announce that an exclusive strategic partnership has been formed with China’s valuation group China Appraisal Association (CAA). CAA is a market leader within the valuation industry throughout China and employs over 1,500 staff. CAA operates across 18 key areas throughout mainland China including Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, […]Read Full Story
Posted date: March 16th 2015 . Author Gregory Preston .
We are pleased to announce that George Paton has joined the team as a Consultant Valuer at Preston Rowe Paterson. George brings invaluable experience and extensive knowledge of the property market with a long standing history of iconic achievements such as being the first person to use computer valuation programs in Australia in 1978; and […]Read Full Story
The impact of recent changes to the Environmental Planning & Assessment Amendment (Fire Safety) Regulation on property values
Posted date: August 15th 2014 . Author Gregory Preston .
As of July 18th 2014 a number of changes came into play for the Environmental Planning and Assessment Amendment (Fire Safety) Regulation. These include changes to requirements for Complying Development Certificates (CDCs) and Construction Certificates (CCs), such as the removal of building fire safety reports when submitting a CDC. The NSW Government Building Professionals Board […]Read Full Story
Posted date: June 27th 2014 . Author Gregory Preston .
As a result of the new borrowing guidelines introduced in 2007, purchasing property as an asset under a self-managed super fund (SMSF) has become extremely popular. The ATOs March 2014 figures show an increase of 129,282 SMSFs between June 2009 and March 2014. Self-managed super funds can invest in properties directly or indirectly via property […]Read Full Story