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Copping Joyce is an independent multi-practice firm of Chartered RICS Surveyors & Valuers, carrying out work across Greater London, the South East & East Anglia.   As an established SME with a company history dating to 1898, we are pleased to be a firm large enough to offer a comprehensive range of professional services, while retaining the agility to tailor those services to the individual needs of our clients.   Our services include commercial and residential valuations, investment and development acquisitions and disposals, commercial and investment agency, insolvency, social housing valuation, expert witness services, and building surveying.   Our aim is to get things done to our client's satisfaction by delivering professional and sound advice. We have a wide range of clients including banks, local authorities, developers, housing associations, property companies, public bodies, and the general public. Totally committed to clients’ needs, our RICS chartered surveyors always aim to respond efficiently and effectively.

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    Why do I need a Probate Valuation?

    PUBLISHED: 28/12/21

    When someone dies, it is essential that a valuation of their property is carried out for probate purposes. What is a Probate Valuation? “Probate” is the term for the legal process that needs to be followed in the aftermath of a person’s death. At the heart of the process is the calculation of the value […]

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    How to Value a Dental Practice?

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    Whether you are looking to acquire your own dental practice or interested in selling or refinancing, you need to know how to calculate the value to facilitate the transaction. This article aims to discuss the methods used and critical aspects when valuing a dental practice. Methodology The most common methodology and the one used by […]

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    How to value land without planning?

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    Establishing the value of a site without planning consent can be complex, especially if there is no pre-application advice or planning history. The two main approaches to valuing such sites are the comparable and residual methods of valuation. We will look at both methods and discuss the pitfalls in more detail. Comparable Method This method […]

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