Principal Valuer

Valuation Specialisation:

  • Residential Valuations
  • Prestige/high worth residential valuations
  • Rural and Rural-residential valuations
  • Single expert witness and dispute resolution
  • Commercial and Industrial property valuations
  • Multi-unit development valuations and analysis
  • Land subdivision valuations and analysis
  • Market rental assessments for residential and commercial




Professional Diversity:

  • Family Law and Single Expert Witness valuations
  • Pre-sale and Pre-Purchase valuations
  • Retrospective valuations
  • Capital gains, Stamp Duty and other taxation purposes
  • Insurance
  • Feasibility
  • Independent ‘Peace of Mind’ Expert Opinions
  • Rental assessment





Our Valuation Division Provides:

  • Accurate and reliable reports which are fully researched and based on applicable definitions and standards.
  • Relevant and unbiased information.
  • Check approach to achieve high standards.
  • Reports provided in both email and/or hard copy versions for the benefit of our clients.

Professional Qualifications

Valuers employed in our valuation department are Professional Associates with a minimum of the following qualifications.

  • University Degree from Curtin University with all appropriate Valuation curriculum undertaken
  • Licensed under Government Statute
  • Members of the Australian Property Institute and are classified as ‘Licensed’ or ‘Certified Practising’ Valuers
  • Continued professional development qualified annually


  • Australian Property Institute
  • Real Estate Institute of Western Australia
  • Strata Titles Institute of Western Australia

Reporting Processes

In appointing one of our qualified staff to undertake a valuation we will provide an upfront quote before proceeding so the client is aware of all costs to be incurred. To provide an accurate, cost efficient service when preparing a quotation we will discuss;

  • Property address, type and details
  • Purpose of the valuation
  • Clients for whom it is to be prepared


Prior to the report being completed our valuers will:

  • Source all relevant documentation
  • Carry out a physical inspection of the site, including taking photographs if required.
  • Analyse all available and relevant market evidence.
  • Amongst other details make an assessment of surrounding advantages and/or detriments
  • Complete all necessary calculations and considerations;
  • Prepare a report detailing all processes and evidence utilised as well as a discussion around our conclusions to provide a clear and concise document that is legally binding and easily read and understood.
  • Cross check with other ‘In House’ Valuers.