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Insurance Valuations

You should not be worried that your company could go bankrupt due to incorrect valuation of your movable or immovable property. It can happen to you: at least 60% of the Dutch entrepreneurs are underinsured. In such cases an insurer pays out less when there is damage. This could put your business at risk. A valuation report carried out by the specialists at Von Reth, avoids unpleasant discussions afterwards.

Buildings and commercial properties

Do you know what the reinstatement value is of your property? In practice it is often under-estimated.  Or it is based on the historical acquisition cost. In case of damage you will get partial compensation. Bankruptcy is then not unthinkable. What if the value is overestimated? Then the insured sum is too high, and you pay an unnecessarily high premium. Our valuers will help you to correctly (re)valuate your property based on the reinstatement value. So you won’t take any risk.

Office and business inventories

What are your machines, computers and furniture actually worth? Or more importantly, what amount do you need when they need replacing? With underinsurance of your assets, insurance against damage will not be sufficient. A valuation of your belongings, or a stock valuation prevents you being underinsured and ensures that you receive adequate compensation.

Your properties are recorded by our valuers in detail and appraised on the basis of the replacement value/replacement cost. These amounts are binding and guaranteed, and will be paid during damage. A comforting thought.

Choose certainty

  • You’re never underinsured
  • A valuation is binding
  • During damage the right amount will be paid
  • You can prove what has been lost
  • There will be no discussion about the value, it is fixed
  • A valuation report contributes to a smooth settlement

An exact valuation of your business, stocks or real estate can avoid unpleasant discussions with your insurer during a claim. Our reports meet the requirements of the insurer under the Nieuw Burgerlijk Wetboek art. 7: 960.