Appraisals in the form of appraisal reports are essentially the opinion of a property appraiser on the value of the appraised property. They are drawn up for various reasons. Expert knowledge and many years of experience enable us able to produce reliable appraisals regardless the purpose.

Most often, however, we prepare appraisal reports in the following contexts:

taxes and accounting
division of property
determining the transaction price or fair value
real property insurance
determining the expenses made on real property
determining the amount of rent
appraisal of company assets
establishing an easement
bankruptcy, debt enforcement or court proceedings

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The above list of the purposes of our appraisals is not exhaustive. Our appraisal reports often serve as expert’s opinions that assist in negotiating the terms of transactions. Having a reliable, objective and impartial appraisal of a property, the investor can make an informed decision about investing capital.

Professional appraisals for banks, municipalities and districts


Many of our appraisals are commissioned to establish security on a loan or in leasing operations. In appraisal reports prepared for such purposes, we take into account all possible risks involved in encumbering property, e.g., changes occurring in the vicinity of the property.

Thanks to our extensive professional accomplishments, knowledge and experience, our reports are approved by all banks on the Polish market. We continue to produce expert’s opinions for: PKO BP, PKO S.A., BPH, BGŻ, BOŚ, Deutsche Bank, Dom Bank, and mBank.  We also cooperate with international companies, such as KPMG, Atkins Polska, and BDO.

Regardless of the purpose, each appraisal report we make meets the formal and legal requirements, and complies with both the applicable regulations as well as professional standards. Our reports also have high aesthetic value. They are clear and transparent,which makes it easier to find the needed information.

We also provide appraisal services to municipalities and districts, among all in the following contexts:

Determining betterment levies

Releasing property into perpetual usufruct

Updating perpetual usufruct or permanent administration fees

Determining the amount of rent

Land value estimation

Estimating damage and compensation, e.g., for expropriation or temporary seizure of real property

Determining the asking price in a tender

Determining fees or compensation due to changes in the zoning plan