Real Estate Expertise


Frédéric Allemand is a member of the EEFIC  (Fédération nationale des experts et experts de justice évaluateurs  fonciers, immobiliers et commerciaux (National Federation of experts and land, real estate and commercial legal expert appraisers)) since 2002.

Founded in 1948, the EEFIC is the oldest federation of real estate experts. It groups together the independent professionals who undertake to respect the Charter of expertise in real estate appraisal ..… and therefore present all the guarantees needed in technical skills, honorability, independence and morality.
It is present everywhere throughout the country within 5 regional delegations.


The Expert of the EEFIC Federation may intervene within the framework of an amicable or judiciary expertise in the following fields:

Expertise in real estate appraisal

  • Appraisal of the market value and rental of a property,
  • Buildings, apartments, agricultural and urban properties, commercial premises,
  • Jointly owned properties,
  • Donations, settlements,
  • Inheritance,
  • Liquidation of marital property,
  • Wealth tax,
  • Tax dispute,
  • Heritage management and orientation.

Expertise in commercial appraisal

Commercial real estate:

  • Appraisal of business capital,
  • Eviction compensation,
  • Rental values.

Business property: : 

  • Appraisal of commercial and industrial premises,
  • Offices, warehouses, storage premises,
  • Unlisted securities on the Stock Exchange.

Expertise in land appraisal

  • Application of town-planning rules,
  • Land law,
  • Financial assessments,
  • Eviction compensation,
  • Expropriations,
  • Pre-emption,
  • Easements.

Under the Chart, the expert in real estate appraisal must have specific qualifications. They shall, at a minimum, have acquired the necessary knowledge to undertake an expertise in real estate appraisal, have a diploma in higher education and a continuous professional experience of a minimum of two years.

An expert also has to ensure, in a permanent manner, the up-dating of their skills in the technical, economic, legal, tax and accounting fields in order to maintain these skills and guarantee the quality of their work they have committed themselves to for the user. To do this, continuous training of at least twenty hours a year is essential.