Working with property consultancies and private practices, we help candidates find new roles in Business Rates, Lease Advisory and Valuations. Clients can include small start-ups or partner-led practices through to blue-chip global consultancies and work can be focussed on industrial, offices, retail, mixed use, residential or alternative assets, or a hybrid of all of the above.
Representing both landlords and occupiers toachieve the best outcome for clients, candidates are mainly either IRRV or MRICS qualified. They help to advise clients on portfolios on a range of asset classes on mitigating costs by working with local government and the Valuation Office Agency to deliver a positive outcome for clients in respect of how rates are set.
Lease Advisors work on behalf of landlords, tenants, investors or occupiers and negotiate rent reviews and lease renewals; they can also provide lease restructuring advice such as re-gears, surrenders, re-grants, covenant reappraisals and renegotiations. More specialist advisors can also act as Expert Witnesses or Arbitrators in rental valuation disputes and produce dilapidation reports. Many Lease Advisors are also RICS Registered Valuers as there is often overlap between the roles.
At the heart of any financial decision made by a real estate investor, occupier or owner, is a valuation. They are relied upon by financial institutions, lenders, private individuals, funds, property companies and the public sector. Valuations are independent and candidates are RICS Registered Valuers meaning they are regulated and qualified professionals. They encompass a range of interests, from portfolio valuations, loan security, mergers and acquisitions, development or tax purposes for commercial, residential, specialist assets, development and land. More specialist Valuers work on Enfranchisement Valuations or Leasehold Reform Valuations.