Wyceny nieruchomości, działek, gruntów, domów, mieszkań Warszawa

Rzeczoznawca Majątkowy
Marcin Broniszewski

Wyceny Pod Wymiar

We have been active on the market of property valuation since 2015.

We provide services or individuals, legal entities, financial and public sector institutions, law firms and bailiffs offices.

The quality and punctuality of work are of the highest importance for us.

We gain trust of our clients thanks to openness to their needs and an individual approach to every commission. Satisfied clients are our priority.

Our commissions concern residential properties, lands and commercial properties.

Our appraisal studies are accepted by banks operating on the Polish market.

We work with:

  • individual clients
  • loan advisers and brokers
  • real property agents and brokers
  • court bailiffs
  • courts
  • prosecutor’s office
  • tax offices
  • entrepreneurs and legal entities
  • local government units
  • state-owned companies and agencies
  • construction law firms and real property law firms
  • architects and interior designers
  • construction site inspectors

Marcin Broniszewski

Property Appraiser

I have worked on the property market for 12 years and as an owner of Wyceny pod Wymiar company for the last 7 years. Together with my team we provide comprehensive services in the field of property valuation. I am educated and certified to perform as a property appraiser. As a court expert I care about the quality and punctuality of my work.

I have gained extensive knowledge of the property market thanks to many years of professional experience. Reliability and honesty are the most important values in my work – I prepare a detailed analysis of every client’s needs in order to choose the optimum solution.

I work mainly in mazowieckie and podlaskie regions. However, I provide services regarding commercial properties and as a court expert across the country.

Outside of work I am a father of three sons (Hubert, Mateusz and Szymon) who help me develop my passion for sport. I run, cycle and train to stay healthy and admire nature in Poland and Europe for my general development since travelling broadens the mind.

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Residential properties valuation:
Warsaw: we offer our services regarding properties located in all districts, i.e.: Mokotów, Ursynów, Wilanów, Śródmieście, Żoliborz, Ochota, Wola, Bemowo, Ursus, Włochy, Praga Północ, Praga Południe, Targówek, Białołęka, Wawer and Rembertów. Thanks to my knowledge of the abovementioned property markets, I can provide a professional valuation report. Moreover, I am an appointed court expert in the field of property valuation in the District Court in Warsaw and the District Court Warszawa-Praga.

Warsaw surrounding area: Łomianki, Legionowo, Wołomin, Marki, Ząbki, Radzymin, Tłuszcz, Sulejówek.

Białystok and its surrounding area.. I am an appointed court expert in the District Court in Białystok, the District Court in Ostrołęka and the District Court in Łomża.

Commercial properties valuation and court expert services – across the country.

Where to start?

Check the Documents tab and prepare all the necessary documents.
Day 1
Day 2
Contact us to settle a convenient date for the property inspection.
Payment – you will receive an invoice to the provided email address. Pay it and send us a payment confirmation.
Day 3
Day 5-7
Acceptance of the valuation report – the final valuation report will be sent by email (in a colour PDF file). We can send the original document by post or you can collect it in person.

Appraisal in Warsaw

Warsaw apartment appraisal

House appraisal, Warsaw and its vicinity

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Legal basis for property valuation in Poland

A valuation report is necessary to determine the value of a given land, flat or house. It is prepared by an appropriate entity meeting legal requirements.

What is a valuation report?

A valuation report is regulated by the Act of 21st August 1997 on real estate management. According to the act, a property valuation is a procedure aimed at determining the property value. The valuation report sets a market value, a replacement value, a cadastral value and other values defined by the binding regulations. It may consider a land, a flat, a house or a commercial building. The property valuation procedure is divided into the following stages:

  1. Stating the property and defining the scope of the valuation.
  2. Stating the purpose of the valuation.
  3. Defining the legal basis for the valuation as well as the property data source.
  4. Settling the date for determining the property value.
  5. Describing the condition of the property.
  6. Indicating the intended use of the property.
  7. Defining next stages, methods and techniques of the valuation.
  8. Market analysis in terms of stating the purpose and method of the valuation.
  9. Providing the final valuation report along with argumentation and calculations for the value of the property.

In case of any doubts concerning the reliability of the appraisal study, e.g. undervaluation, one may appeal to the Professional Liability Committee by the Polish Federation of Valuers’ Associations. The Committee will perform the analysis of the prepared document and declare it non-binding if it is inaccurate.

Who may prepare the valuation report?

In accordance with the Act of 20th July 2017 amending the Act on real estate management, a person performing property valuation without professional qualifications in the field is subject to fine of PLN 50,000. A valuation report may be prepared only by a certified person with appropriate qualifications determined by Polish law, i.e.:

  1. An appraiser. A real property appraiser is certified by the Minister of Development to valuate properties. The Ministry of Infrastructure holds the Register of Real Property Appraisers which allows the verification of their qualifications. An appraisal study is prepared in the course of the property valuation process as a reliable official document. A real property appraiser is an individual possessing qualifications in the field of property valuation. Their operation is defined in the Regulation of the Council of Ministers of 21 September 2004 on the valuation of real estate and preparation of a valuation report (Journal of Laws of 2004, No 207, Item 2109 as amended).
  2. A bank. A valuation report is usually required by a bank during the process of granting a mortgage loan. Such a report may be prepared by a bank worker holding appropriate qualifications.
  3. 3. A court expert. A valuation report, e.g. for a flat, is necessary in the event of some legal cases. A court expert, who is also a real property appraiser, prepares a valuation report for the property in question. One should remember that not every appraiser is a court expert.

Property valuation in Warsaw

A house valuation in a city like Warsaw may be more difficult due to a very dynamic situation on the property market. In order to obtain a reliable valuation report it is better to hire a professional real property appraiser who will consider all factors influencing the value of a house or a flat in question. In view of increasing significance of the Warsaw agglomeration, a land valuation is fundamental in this case.

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