Stamp Duty

We provide a variety of property valuation reports for different purposes, one being Stamp Duty. Clients usually request Stamp Duty property valuations when they are completing a related party transfer. This is a requirement by the State Revenue Office and the property valuation report must be completed by a registered property valuer.

Unfortunately, tax, like Stamp Duty, is an unavoidable part of life. We always provide our clients with the most accurate property valuations to minimise their exposure to Stamp Duty. We have seen instances where people have instructed an inexperienced property valuer in Brisbane that has over valued their property, resulting in a higher rate of Stamp Duty paid by the individual. We don’t want this to happen to you, our valuers have a minimum of 10 years qualified property valuation experience, with one Senior Property Valuer having over 35 years.

At Brisbane Property Valuers, we act for a number of corporate clients including Lawyers and Conveyancers that handle the property transfer. They require a copy of the report that they physically stamp (hence the term Stamp Duty) in house or at the State Revenue Office. Should you require a referral to an experience Lawyer or Conveyancer in Brisbane please do not hesitate to be in touch and we will be happy to provide you with a number of companies we have worked with in the past (please note, we DO NOT receive any commission from the referrals, they are a way we give back to our fellow industry professionals).

We are always here to help, so please feel free to contact a property valuer Brisbane by telephone on (07) 3077 9695 or fill in the contact form and we will be in touch as soon as possible.