NAVA members are drawn from fields of Valuing, Auctioneering and
Insolvency, providing members of the public,
a valuable cross-section of talent and experience.
Valuers offer their services in the field of insurance, probate,
sale and division. A valuation carried out by a NAVA valuer will be
as comprehensive, accurate and secure as the very best in the
The completion of a valuation is not always the end of the job
for the valuer, as frequently, back-up services may be required in
the case of loss or damage or the clearance of estates.
As a discipline, auctioneers form a large part of the membership
of NAVA. The highest possible standards of practice in the
running of auctions are promoted by the Association. This insures
that both sellers and buyers are protected and obtain the greatest
benefit from buying and selling in this way.
An auctioneer's relationship with a client is one based very
much upon trust from the outset. In using the services of
a qualified and experienced NAVA auctioneer, the individual
can be assured that the whole operation will be run in such
a manner as to maximise the potential of those lots being
Plant & Machinery Specialists
'Plant and Machinery' valuers and auctioneers provide valuations
of all commercial and industrial assets, including the total
contents of engineering and manufacturing factories, agricultural
machinery, contractors plant, together with office and shop
furniture, fittings and equipment, trade stocks, private and
commercial vehicles. Any valuation can also cover 'good will'
and 'intellectual property' rights' etc. The valuer will be able to
cover other businesses such as licensed trade premises,
nursing homes and all service industries.
Valuations are carried out to assist in acquistions and
disposals, for insurance purposes , share value
allocations, disputes and insolvency. Disposals of assets are
carried out by auction, tender or private treaty, either from the
client's own premises or after removal to the auctioneer's sale
rooms or other appropriate location.
Bailiffs & Insolvency Practitioners
A Certificated Bailiff and an Insolvency Practitioner must be
efficient and effective. They must have a
professional approach and a full and complete knowledge of
their responsibilities and procedures. High standards are
expected with qualities of understanding, tact, discretion,
firmness and fairness in equal measure.
Instructing a NAVA member enables a client to be safe in the
knowledge that their work will be executed in a professional
manner by a properly qualified practitioner.