Valuation and analysis

High-quality valuations and relevant market analysis are the cornerstones of a real estate broker's everyday work.

How we can help you

We can provide effective, high-quality analysis and simulations for your entire real estate portfolio or selected components, as well as real estate financial investigations and analysis by market or sector.


Our expertise

Savills offer qualified valuation and analysis services that draw on a combination of in-depth knowledge and extensive experience in the real estate market along with a strong understanding of the driving forces behind it.   At Savills, our people pay attention to the needs and schedules of our clients and bring a high level of integrity to the work they do.

New developments on the real estate market are placing ever higher demands on all parties involved in the real estate transaction.  Well-implemented due diligence processes on both the buyer's and the seller's side have never been more important.  Savills employees have extensive exeprience with due diligence.

Savills consultancy services for valuation and analysis include:


  • Effective real estate portfolio management.
  • Specialized experience in  retail centres, trade, distribution and hotels
  • Relevant analysis and processing
  • Any necessary reporting and documentation
  • Valuation for financing, accounting and transaction purposes.


  • Underlying factors/activities
  • Present status
  • Future projection
  • Market interpretation
  • Risks and opportunities

Examples of other services

  • Commercial due diligence and NOI audits
  • Market analyses
  • Financial investigations
  • Project evaluations


Our surveyors are authorised by ASPECT and we also have RICS-certified surveyors.


Key contacts

Karin Zakariasson

Karin Zakariasson

Head of Valuation


+46 8 545 85 464


Lena Winndal

Lena Winndal

Assistant Valuer


+46 8 545 85 463


Lars Rickardson

Lars Rickardson

Director Valuation


+46 8 545 85 461


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