PCV Murcor’s value reconciliation process can help you achieve more accurate and consistent valuations when faced with differing valuations for one property. Different appraisers and brokers — and different valuation approaches — can lead to disparities in assessed value that can confuse your reporting and make it difficult to make decisions on assets. A value reconciliation gives you an objective assessment of a property based on a number of factors, including market conditions, property conditions and repairs, sales and listing data.
We offer our clients two different types of value reconciliation products:
Long-form limited reconciled valuation (LVR) gives you a comprehensive look at a property with two or more existing value opinions, presented in a grid and narrative formats.
Short-form narrative reconciled valuation (SVR) provides a narrative report reconciling two or more value opinions on a property.
All reports are prepared by one of our licensed appraisers. The reconciliation process involves determining the overall accuracy of the original appraisals, checking the recommended repairs for consistency and determining as-is and as-repaired values that are congruous with both reports.