Property Valuation Update 2022 Short course
Property Valuation Update 2022
This course looks at the role of valuation standards and the advice of professional bodies in providing guidance in cases of valuation uncertainty.
The impact of the measures to combat Covid-19 has highlighted the importance of market sentiment in property valuation when comparables are not available.
The course will provide guidance on definitions and procedures, and will highlight issues, such as MEES and changes to bank lending, which have taken a back-seat during the lockdown and new-normal.
- Venue: University of Portsmouth
- Duration: Half-day
Date and time
- Wednesday 2 March 2022
What you'll experience
On this short course you'll cover:
- the TEGoVA report on comparables and market sentiment
- RICS advice on material uncertainty
- market value versus worth (investment value)
- report writing and the RICS Red Book - practical implications
- MEES and commercial property values
- bank lending
Nick French is a recognised expert in the area of property valuation and appraisal, having previously worked as a Professor in various universities in the UK, Europe and the USA.
Editor of the Journal of Property Investment and Finance, Nick writes regularly for the Journal of Property Investment and Finance, the Property Chronicle, the European Journal of Real Estate Research and other professional and academic journals. In 2020, he was the principal author of the TEGoVA report on the use of comparable evidence in property valuations.
Nick is a member of the RICS and has served on the various committees such as the UK Valuation Board and the Corporate Real Estate Strategy Group. He was also a member of the Professional Board of the IVSC.
There are no entry requirements for this course.
How to book
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