OUR SERVICES

We provide a diverse range of Independent Property Valuation Services

What does Mills Fitchet Offer?

Valuations and the related consultancy services have become essential elements in an increasingly complex and sophisticated business world.  In South Africa, we face unique challenges such as land reform and rural development, while having to compete in a global market.

 

We have developed specific skills and experience in assisting to meet these growing requirements especially within the accounting, tax, property rates, insurance and asset management fields of business and local government.

 

In order to assist you in managing your property portfolio efficiently, we are able to provide a wide range of specialist valuation and consultancy services covering all property classes including:

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  • Retail

  • Offices

  • Industrial

  • Petrol fillings stations

  • Shopping centres

  • Specialised properties

  • Listed Sector

  • Insurance Valuations

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  • General valuations

  • Valuation roll maintenance

  • Valuation roll management systems

  • Rates policies

  • Communication and public awareness

  • Objections and appeals

  • Hotels

  • Game lodges

  • Golf estates

  • Health spas

  • Share-block

  • Timeshare

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  • Farms

  • Smallholdings

  • Timber plantations

  • Standing timber

  • Game farms

  • Freehold

  • Sectional title

  • Residential estates

  • Land valuations

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  • Residential

  • Commercial

  • Industrial

  • Leisure

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“Mills Fitchet” refers to the brand under which the Mills Fitchet member firms provide property valuation and associated services to their clients and/or refers to one or more member firms, as the context requires.  The member firms are not a partnership.  Each member firm is a separate legal entity.  Services are delivered by the member firms, and the member firms are not agents of, and do not obligate one another, and are not liable for one another’s acts or omissions.