Valuing Success

Highly Experienced and Accredited Property Valuation in the Sydney Metropolitan Area

Our services include

current market and retrospective market assessments,

property consultation and negotiation services,

statutory valuations,

insurance valuations,

capital gains tax and stamp duty valuations,

just terms compensation,

expert witness in NSW Land and Environment court, and

development feasibility studies.

Highly Qualified and Experienced Property Valuations

With 30 years experience as a practising property valuer and a Masters of Management, Terry has extensive insight into the Sydney property market and has worked on numerous high profile projects. These include the Sydney Olympic Asset Valuations, Roads and Maritime Services Asset Valuations, Hornsby Quarry CSR Court Case, Randwick Children’s Hospital Compulsory Acquisition Determinations, Property NSW Rating and Taxing Valuations, Bankstown and Camden Airport Asset Valuations and many others.

His vocations have included Senior Valuer & Principal Valuer at State Valuation Office, NSW & ACT Commercial Valuation Manager at National Australia Bank and Director Statutory Assets and Legal at LMW Property Valuers

Property Consultation and Property Advice

With a deeply experienced knowledge of the Sydney property market and of Sydney property law and court case history, Valuing Success can bring a wealth of insight to your property case or project.

In even a short consultation, we can provide invaluable advice and direction to your particular situation.

And furthermore, we can provide ongoing property consultation and advice for your needs.

Expert Witness In Court Matters

Terry Glitsos has served as an expert witness in court matters for nearly two decades, and his knowledge and uprightness have gained him respect from the judges and legal fraternities of Sydney. Always fair and clearly spoken with his standpoint, you will do well to have Terry as a valuation representative in your property valuing court cases.

“Let Us Value Your Success”