Real estate valuers work for companies that are engaged in the buying and selling of real estate.
These individuals are required to assist property managers in determining the cost of assigned properties.
The work of a real estate valuer is complicated in the sense that one has to constantly keep up with the property market, ensuring that understanding of any major government policies and changes is obtained on a regular basis.
Working as a real estate valuer requires you to possess a CPV (certified practicing valuer) qualification at the very least. Proven experience in a similar role, in either a rural or a commercial capacity (depending on which experience is required by the employer), is also necessary to work at this position.
Strong attention to detail, exceptional interpersonal and communication skills, along with the ability to stay highly organized and efficient are all requirements of this position. Since working as a real estate valuer means that you will be operating in a team environment, it is necessary that you possess the ability to get along with people from different backgrounds, and aim to work collaboratively with them.
Most of the time, a real estate valuer is in touch with the client directly, which is why it is imperative that he or she possesses exceptional customer service skills. A patient manner and a polite outlook will help you immensely where customer dealing is concerned. Here are some job duties that are particular to the position of a real estate valuer:
Real Estate Valuer Duties & Responsibilities
• Engage clients in conversation to determine their property valuation requirements, and obtain details of the property in question.
• Visit sites to decipher areas and conditions, and determine the local laws and regulations governing the area.
• Conduct property valuations, and create quality detailed reports, ensuring that proper timelines are followed.
• Assess the activity in the current market, and analyze comparable sales data, depending on the specifics of each property.
• Measure and record land dimensions, and obtain information regarding factors that may affect property prices.
• Advise clients on effective strategies to follow, for buying properties, assisting them with sales till the end.
• Instruct clients on the cost-effective methods of disposing of / selling property that may be in derelict condition, or is in need of extensive work.
• Handle a wide variety of auctioning work to make assigned properties attractive to potential purchasers.
• Assist clients in resolving disputes related to properties, by advocating clients’ rights.
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