If you are getting divorced or dissolving your civil partnership, one of the biggest financial decisions you could face is what happens to the family home. A Matrimonial Valuation can help you with this decision.
The home has a special place in any family, and in many cases it is the major family asset. So it’s little wonder that when a family breaks down, property will be central to a divorce settlement.
What happens to an existing home and where one or both partners decide to go next will depend on the couple in question.
Dividing and valuing your home.
If you want to buy your partner’s share or sell your home and divide the proceeds of the sale, you will need to get the property valued.
A valuation report is recommended, as this is an independent, professionally prepared assessment of a property’s value at an agreed point in time. The report, unlike an estate agent’s estimate, is based on standards set out by RICS.
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A Matrimonial Valuation, A Surveyors Perspective
With an RICS Matrimonial Valuation, you benefit from RICS Professional Standards (the ‘Red Book’) which contains mandatory rules, best practice guidance and related commentary for all members undertaking asset valuations.
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Get a Matrimonial Valuation with an RICS guarantee
Professionals holding RICS qualifications may use the following designations after their name: MRICS (Member), FRICS (Fellow), AssocRICS (Associate). Those with the designation MRICS or FRICS are also known as chartered surveyors.
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