Auckland | Valuation for Non-Valuers Training Seminar

8:30am Wednesday, 2 May 2018
1:30pm Wednesday, 2 May 2018
Property Council New Zealand
Level 4 (Foyer Level), 51 Shortland Street
Auckland Central, Auckland 1010
New Zealand

Property Council is pleased to be collaborating with the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) to offer a series of training courses aimed at the New Zealand commercial property sector.

Property professionals must understand how their actions add or detract from the overall investment value of a property. Being ahead of the game will help gain and retain clients.

The session will be particularly useful to:
Commercial property managers, owners, asset managers, commercial property agents, facilities managers, property accountants.

What the session will cover:

  • The main drivers affecting value
  • The main valuation methods
  • The importance of cash flow timing
  • How to maximize Income
  • How to value using the Capitalisation Method
  • How to analyse income, outgoings, capital expenditure, incentives, over/under market rents, vacancy, WALE, effective rents, yields.
  • How actions affect value.
  • Ways to maximize property’s value.

This half way training course is delivered by Richard M D Stacey, Managing Director – Medical Real Estate, IHC Management, who has 30years property industry experience. The half day programme is delivered in an informal, interactive way – with examples and exercises.

Registration prices

Non Member$442.50

All prices exclude 15% GST. 

To register and receive the Property Council member discount, please use the link below to be directed to the EventBrite website and use the code VALPCNZ17


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Naomi Read

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