Our team of expert Valuers offers charitable organisations appropriate and timely advice to ensure that they meet their regulatory requirements regarding property transactions.
When a charitable organisation seeks to dispose of property or land under Section 36 of the Charities Act of 1993, trustees are required to obtain and take under consideration a written report prepared by a Chartered Surveyor who is acting on behalf of the charitable trust for the property and not on behalf of the charity beneficiary.
This report must include confirmation as to whether, in the surveyor’s opinion, adequate marketing efforts have been undertaken to ensure that the asset is sold at the highest possible price so that the charity receives all it can.
Foundation Surveyors are experienced in providing the necessary reports that comply with all the laws in these circumstances. We provide charities all the required information in an easy-to- use format.