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Formal valuation and market value appraisal

Formal valuation and market value appraisal

Do you need a formal property valuation to obtain or refinance your mortgage, or for other (financial) reasons? Then you should always have an official valuation carried out by a NWWI-accredited valuer (Nederlands Woning Waarde Instituut - Dutch Institute for Property Valuation). You are guaranteed that this valuation will be accepted by all financial iinstitutions. Our accredited valuer will happily perform the valuation for you. 

DEN HOLLANDER VASTGOED WONEN IS A MEMBER OF THE NWWI 

The Dutch Institute for Property Valuation (Nederlands Woning Waarde Instituut - NWWI) is an independent, nationwide valuation institute that serves as a quality lable for valuers. Finance providers, mortgage brokers and consumers can approach the NWWI for transparent information about the value of properties. The NWWI only works with valuers who fulfil strict quality criteria. All affiliated valuers apply the same verifiable valuation method. As a quality mark, the NWWI guarantees objective and reliable property valuations.

A PROFESSIONAL MARKET VALUE APPRAISAL

Perhaps you, as buyer or vendor, don’t immediately need a formal valuation, but would simply like a realistic and objective appraisal of the market value of your house. In that case, we’ll gladly visit you to view your home. In doing so, we’ll provide you with an overview of recent sold prices of properties in your neighbourhood. On the basis of all this information, we’ll perform a detailed analysis of your property, with figures to substantiate the value, as a basis for an asking price. This market value appraisal service is entirely free of charge.

INSIGHT INTO THE VALUE OF YOUR HOME?

Whether you’d like a free appraisal of the market value of your home, or a formal NWWI valuation, please don’t hestitate to contact us. Our team will support you expertly and personally, in line with our motto: “We help you as we ourselves would like to be helped".