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Valuation of bank collaterals

Valuation of bank collaterals

Collateral valuation is a separate section of the field of valuation. This type of collaterals contains a unique collection of the specific requirements, recommendations and methodologies proposed to the valuation reports by different banking structures. Our main duty is to reveal the features of valuated facilities, to recommend the formation of collaterals, to verify outcomes and to get positive feedback from bank employees while working with the Client harmoniously.

Working experience with the biggest banks paves the way to prepare quality reports for Client following all requirements of banks within a reasonable time.

The scope of our activities is the valuation of different segments of real estate:

  • residential real estate (apartments, suburban real estate);
  • small business facilities (offices, small land spaces);
  • commercial real estate (business centers, production facilities, hotel complexes, etc.);
  • property complexes (agro-industrial and woodworking complexes, pharmaceutical enterprises, port facilities, customs terminals, etc.);
  • specialized facilities (boilery or boiling rooms, bridges, lakes, etc.);
  • distressed or toxic bank assets, claim rights over mortgaged property.

 

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F.A.Q

Organizations can hire consultants when there is a lack of people who are able to solve certain problems. This is often needed special methods and techniques which consultant understands better than others.

Sometimes there is a need for necessary skills and qualifications in the organization, but owners and top management don’t have enough spare time to engage with the problem arouse comprehensively and for a long time.

Even the best people may be affected too much by personal relationships and existing traditions and values which prevent them to see the problem with its real color within the organization. As a rule, the consultant is not subordinate to the Client-organization and is not liable to the internal relationships. S/he can express an independent opinion and remain unbiased when members of the company cannot be impartial.

Indeed, the educational effect of the activity of consultant is the most important. Duties of consultant: to bring new knowledge and skills to the company and to assist managers and staff to learn from their own experience. In other words, consultants teach and help a company to assist itself.