Report Reviewing – Real Estate Valuation Reports
RICS exists to advance and enforce standards in land, property and the built environment, and to promote the usefulness of the profession for the public good. The first RICS Council was elected in the UK in 1868 and currently operates under a Royal Charter. Today, RICS cooperate closely with professional organisations all over the world with members specialising in a wide range of subjects relating to property, land and construction. Even in parts of the world where the term ‘chartered surveyor’ means very little, the high standards of RICS members speak volumes. They are viewed by major financial institutions and world governments as the ‘gold standard’ when it comes to valuation and professional regulation in the property sector.
- RICS is an international network of professionals.
- Recognised by markets and Governments around the world.
- RICS membership is now exceeding 180,000 across 146 countries.
- Has offices in 28 cities around the world and growing rapidly.
The report reviewing is designed to ensure that valuers are equipped with globally recognized RICS standards, promoting high ethical values and the necessary quantitate and qualitative tools required for an effective report writing.
Who Should Apply
Valuers aiming to progress to high tier level (Subjected to RERA’s approval).
Tier C progression Valuers need to submit 5 Valuation reports
Tier B progression Valuers need to submit 5 Valuation reports
Tier A progression Valuers need to submit 3 Valuation reports
Tier C – 200 BD
Tier B – 250 BD
Tier A – 300 BD