Market appraisal and valuation of property (virtual training)

Market appraisals are one of the fundamentals of estate agency. Estate agents are expected to interpret the local market, adding value to the process when it's not necessarily a scientific process led by databases and portals but by people. As well as the various methods of valuation the virtual course will look at the current competitive landscape to excel as an expert. You will benefit from learning a number of key techniques to help you in a tough marketplace.

Part one:

  • Macro and micro economic position
  • Supply and demand
  • Market value, worth and hope value
  • Factors affecting value on and off site

Part two:

  • Comparable and investment method
  • Residual and development method
  • Pitching your offering
  • Filtering and fees

Part three:

  • Matrimonial valuations
  • Probate and tax valuations
  • Insurance valuations
  • Sensitivity analysis for developer clients

We recommend attending all three sessions so you don't miss out on any information.

Market Appraisal and Valuation of Residential Property (Virtual Classroom)

  • Virtual Classroom Containing 3 Sessions - Wednesday 28th April 2021 09:30 - 15:30
    Spaces available
    Member Price: £135.00 (+VAT)
    Non-member price: £189.00 (+VAT)
  • Virtual Classroom Containing 3 Sessions - Tuesday 1st June 2021 09:30 - 15:30
    Spaces available
    Member Price: £135.00 (+VAT)
    Non-member price: £189.00 (+VAT)

Meet the trainer

Aidan Reed

Aidan Reed

Aidan has been involved in the property sector for over 35 years. He is a Chartered Surveyor who built his own multi-disciplinary residential practice in sales and both professional and student lettings before selling it in 2017. He now brings his expertise and experience to other firms through his consultancy work and chaired the The Junior Estate Agent Apprenticeship working group.

Aidan has been a member of NAEA Propertymark since 1989, serving on the Propertymark Board for five years and was elected to The College of Fellows in 2017.