Choosing a Valuer
Registered Property Valuers provide an impartial, expert appraisal of a property's value. They are university qualified and must undertake an additional three years of postgraduate working experience before they can sit a further examination to become a Registered Valuer.
'you will want to be sure that the valuer is experienced in the valuation work you require'
In most instances, banks and lending institutions will only accept a valuation for mortgage purposes from a Registered Valuer. In addition to valuations for mortgage finance, Registered Valuers can be of great assistance in the following:
Valuers are listed in your local Yellow Pages under "Valuers" or "Registered Valuers". Alternatively, you make get a recommendation from a bank or real estate agent. Valuers form part of the professional body known as The Property Institute of New Zealand.
You should tell them when you need the valuation by. It will also help the valuer if you can inform them of your bank or financiers' details, as an original report will normally need to be directed to them.
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