Valuation Of House Contents For Probate
You are probably reading this page because you need a house contents valuation for probate purposes and inheritance tax, and are looking for guidance. We are house contents valuers for probate and IHT Affairs
How To Value Items In A House For Probate
City Clearances explain how to obtain a professional valuation for probate of chattels and how the process works.
Whether you have been advised by a solicitor or you have decided yourself to instruct a RICS valuer to prepare a chattels valuation for the estate, you have made very wise choice in view of the fact that the Inland Revenue are carrying out numerous investigations. Negligence by an executor is now quite serious and these risks can easily be avoided by using a valuer who is RICS trained.
Valuing Household Goods For Probate
From the initial enquiry to the final written probate report City Clearances can provide an accurate and timely service when it comes to all probate matters including the valuation of chattels, property, boats and vehicles, shares, overseas properties and anything else that forms part of an estate. We have been providing professional valuations on a daily basis and have all the experience necessary to take care of all your probate matters, simply call for an appointment and one of our valuers will visit your property, take detailed photographs, make an appraisal then promptly prepare a written probate report in accordance with inheritance tax guidelines. This report is filed, then you will receive a signed copy in the post shortly after, along with a digital version for electronic transfer worldwide.
Solicitors Choice For Professional Probate Valuations
We are chosen by many solicitors and legal professional for our prompt and professional services with all matters relating to probate. All of our valuers are highly qualified in their individual fields which ensures accuracy. We can assure our clients that our approach minimises the risk of over or undervaluation, but a reflection of a realistic market value.
For further advice in confidence please call Jeffrey Avery at the London office on 0800 567 7769