Company Profile

ADELAIDE COMPANY PROFILE
Being successful in the highly competitive and demanding valuation business is no easy task. Hence, when we look back our envious track record over the past many years, we have reason to be proud.

Today, we are counted amongst the best in the field of valuations in Adelaide City and surrounding areas. The reason for our success can be attributed to many reasons. But one single reason that stands out is that we have a huge portfolio of valuations solutions to offer.

We are into almost each and every type of valuation that one could think of under the sun. Our business is classified into many categories and hence we are often referred to as the one stop solution for each and every type of valuation. A few areas where we are very strongly present in Adelaide are:

Simple property related valuations.
• Property related valuations with particular reference to those who have applied for divorce and separation.
• Related party transfer valuations.
• Mortgage security valuations of banks and financial institutions.
• Valuation of superannuation funds for getting mortgage loans and other such financial requirements.
• Valuations for the purpose of calculating Capital Gains Tax.
• Internal accounting related valuations.
• Pre-sale and pre-purchase valuations.
• Backdated valuations or valuations with retrospective effect.
• Compensation valuations offered by government authorities for takeover of properties for infrastructure development and other such reasons.
• Valuations to conform to internal accounting requirements.
• Audit related valuations where there is a requirement to file in valuation reports on a regular basis to government and other statutory authorities.
• Rental Review and Rent Determination Values and much more.
Given the team of professionals we have with us, there is little doubt that we will be in a position to handle almost any type of valuation however complicated and difficult it might be.

Apart from this we offer all types of different valuations services. To avail any of our services, call us today on (08) 7009 4446 and speak to our valuers. You can also drop down at our office to meet our valuers.

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Professional Accreditations

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Australian Property Institute

History

The Australian Property Institute (API) was formed in 1926 as the Commonwealth Institute of Valuers. The Institute has undergone several name changes over the last century as the array of services offered by its members have expanded.

The API represents the interests of more than 7,500 property professionals throughout Australia. The API members include residential, commercial valuers, property advisers, property analysts, property fund and asset managers, property facility managers, property lawyers and property researchers and academics.

The Institute’s main role is to set and maintain the highest standards of professional practice, education, ethics and professional conduct for it members and the broader property profession.

Industry Role

The API is committed to building and maintaining a strong base for the future of the property profession through broadening the expertise and knowledge of membership.

The Institute is highly regarded and respected throughout Australia and in some states government regulations specify that property professionals must belong to a member association such as the API. Many leading Australian financial institutions also require property professionals who carry out mortgage valuation work to be members of the API.

The Institute produces a range of leading property publications, including the Australian Property Journal, and other professional and educational texts, such as the Professional Practice Manual and Valuation Principles and Practices. The Institute also develops software packages, such as PropertyPro which provides a proforma template for residential mortgage valuation work. This proforma is the preferred format for the majority of Australia’s leading financial institutions.

Highest Standards of Quality and Performance

Members of the Institute are bound by:

  • A Code of Ethics
  • Rules of Conduct
  • Professional Practice Standards

Source: www.propertyinstitute.com.au

Certified Practising Valuers (CPV )

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About CPVs

Certified Practising Valuers (CPV) have a role at the heart of property as an important part of the Australian economy. They’re usually working quietly behind the scenes in an objective and independent manner to help reduce risk and provide greater certainty for their clients. Their clients include those involved in business of any description – as well as mum and dad investors they could be, for instance, overseas investors, rural landholders, hotel owners and operators, insurance advisors, stockbrokers, solicitors, mining companies or finance companies.

CPV Ethics and Standards

CPVs hold a unique position in the property industry, being true professionals in the field of valuation. In order for them to keep that position, it is vital to maintain certain principles and values, and behave in a manner expected of Members of the Institute.

CPVs should always work in a professional manner, with integrity and honour. They should serve their clients and employers in good faith, acting impartially and objectively when providing independent advice. It is important to always respect the public interest.

CPVs should only take on work for which they have the competence, skill and/or experience to complete it to acceptable professional standards. If they are not able to complete the project themselves, they should work in conjunction with a suitably qualified and experienced practitioner to do so.

Any conflicts of interest should be identified and considered before a project is taken on. Members should not act in a matter in which a conflict or potential conflict has been identified, unless all interested parties have been made aware of the situation and agree to the Member continuing with the task.

It’s important for Members to observe confidentiality requirements when working with clients and the public. Members should always conduct their business in a manner befitting their profession, and in accordance with reasonable public expectations of any professional workers.

Source: http://www.cpv.org.au