Insurance Replacement Valuations

St Paul’s Anglican Church, Wellington

Insurance Replacement valuations are a specialty of Preston Rowe Paterson. We have undertaken the assessment of all kinds of property, including those with significant heritage value like the Old St Paul’s Anglican Church in Wellington.

Portfolio Valuations

Reece Store

Preston Rowe Paterson has extensive experience in undertaking major portfolio valuations for corporate clients and governments. Our valuations are fully compliant with NZ Accounting standards.

Dairy Industry

Various Services

Preston Rowe Paterson has undertaken specialised valuation assignments in the dairy industry for a variety of reasons. Whether it be of a local dairy farm to the major processing plant owned by a multinational corporation, we have the skills to assist.

Retail Property

Countdown Super Market

Preston Rowe Paterson actively values retail premises across New Zealand. From major retail centers to smaller standalone shops, we can act for landlords, tenants or investors.

Commercial Property

Auckland CBD

Whether it is strata office accommodation or a large office building, Preston Rowe Paterson can assist owners, vendors, tenants and landlords with a range of professional valuation advice.

PRP Accredited under PIQA

Preston Rowe Paterson wishes to announce that it has been re accredited under the Property Institute of New Zealand’s new Property Industry Quality Assurance Program (PIQA). Furthermore we have received a Gold certification level, the highest obtainable under the PIQA program.

  • About PRP

    Established in 1988, Preston Rowe Paterson is a firm of International property valuers, analysts, advisers and consultants who operate throughout New Zealand and Australia with links globally. Since our inception, it has been our philosophy to be recognised as an elite supplier of investment, development and asset professional property services.

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    The Reserve Bank of New Zealand announced on 27 November 2017, an easing of policy restrictions on Loan to value ratios by banks. The changes will take effect from 1 January 2018, the LVR restrictions will require that: No more than 15 percent (currently 10 percent) of each bank’s new mortgage lending to owner occupiers […]

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