Property Valuations Invercargill and Southland
Chadderton and Associates Limited, trading as Chadderton Valuation, is an independent valuation and consultancy practice, established in 1988. Tony Chadderton is the Managing Director of Chadderton Valuation, and is a Fellow of the New Zealand Institute of Valuers and Property Institute of New Zealand.
Offering professional advice in the following areas:
- Valuation for sale, purchase or mortgage
- Insurance valuation
- Rental assessment
- Feasibility studies
- Property management
- Compensation assessment
- Specialist property valuation (motels, hotels, hostels, service stations, garden centres, etc.)
- Survey – Market data, vacancies, sales, rentals, pedestrian information etc.
Tony Chadderton has appeared as an expert witness and Valuer in a number of Rental Arbitrations, Court Hearings and Relationship Settlement hearings.
Geographical Coverage: Invercargill city and environs, all Southland, Fiordland and Stewart Island.
Based in Invercargill, all Southland rural townships are covered by this valuation firm, extending to Te Anau, Lumsden and Gore to the north, and Stewart Island to the south. Commercial, industrial, residential, farmlet and specialist urban properties are assessed by this practice.
Chadderton Valuation has shown steady sustained growth over the past 30 years, gaining a reputation for providing an efficient and accurate valuation service, and reliable consultancy advice.
Clients include a wide base of individual property owners, legal and accounting professions, all banking and financial institutions, local and national companies.This valuation practice Values the South, with a strong database of rental and sales information from throughout the province.
Chadderton Valuation currently holds professional indemnity insurance for the amount of $1,000,000 and is accepted by all major New Zealand banks and their mortgage insurers.
Chadderton Valuation is a member of Val Group, a Nationwide Association of Valuation firms having member firms in the majority of New Zealand centres. This provides extensive networking and information sharing on valuation matters.