What's it like to be a Property Valuer?
Property Valuers are responsible for assessing the value of residential, industrial or commercial properties. Property Valuers may also be Assessors, who value properties for government tax purposes. Assessors often value an entire neighbourhood or land area at once by using mass appraisal techniques and computer-assisted appraisal systems.
Tasks and duties
- Estimate property or land values for sale or rental purposes.
- Estimate the value of land and the buildings on the land before it is redeveloped.
- Estimate the cost of rebuilding for insurance purposes.
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How to become a Property Valuer
- Complete an accredited bachelor degree with Certified Practicing Valuer (CPV) certification, such as a Bachelor of Property and Real Estate, Bachelor of Property or Bachelor of Property Economics.
- Alternatively, if you already have a degree or experience in the real estate industry, you may be eligible to complete an accredited postgraduate degree, such as a Graduate Diploma of Property.
- After graduating, apply for membership with the Australian Property Institute.
- Gain professional experience (usually two years) to meet the requirements to become a Certified Practicing Valuer.
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