Market value for CGT, stamp duty, asset valuations, aged care & superannuation purposes
In addition to valuing properties along the east coast of Queensland, Peterson Property Valuations also offers valuations for stamp duty, capital gains tax and superannuation funds.
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This tax is placed on asset and property acquisitions. The current market value regulates the amount of stamp duty payable. Therefore, more expensive properties accrue a higher stamp duty levy.
Stamp duty valuations are required by the Queensland Commissioner where a property, or part interest in a property, is transferred to a related party. The property may be sold below market value—a property valuation determines the fair market value and is a requirement by the Commissioner of State Revenue for Stamp Duty. All of our Stamp Duty valuation fully comply with the Commissioner’s requirements.
Capital Gains Tax
Capital gains tax—or CGT—is a payable tax from the sale, transferal or gifting of an investment property.
Capital gains tax valuations are usually undertaken when an owner leaves their sole place of residence and rents the property to a tenant. This establishes the value of the property at the time it ceased to be a sole place of residence. If the owner has moved back into the property, an assessment will establish the value at that time—from which it ceases to attract capital gains tax.
These valuations are often retrospective. For example, the valuer might be asked to value the property when the owner left on say the 3rd June 2010. This requires research of sales in the period just prior to the date of valuation.
Self-managed superannuation funds—or SMSF—should use market values as a base for their financial statements. We recommend having your SMSF investments valued at least every three years.
SMSF asset and property valuations are are required for:
Companies and partnerships and other entities often own real property. This can extend to a number of properties of various types, for example, industrial, commercial, single unit and multi unit residential. We offer a discount on our fees if valuations are required on multiple properties!
We have over 20 years experience valuing Aged Care assets across Queensland and New South Wales. We also value separate Independent Living Units for Estates in Aged Care Centres.