What is the Future of Property Valuations?
Following the success of the “what is the future of property valuations?” national forums the API would like to thank all members who have taken the opportunity to engage and contribute to this body of research.
Throughout the national forums it was acknowledged the industry is already changing due to the rapid evolution of the property industry, persistent digital disruption and the influence of the global financial markets. It was further recognised that in order to sustain the profession opportunities need to be sought and the role of a property professional needs to change.
The national forums signify the start of a process in which the API endeavours to consider the future of property valuations and the valuation profession, if you were unable to attend a forum and are interested in this research please see the below material.
- How property valuation will be affected in the post normal
- The future role of the property professional
- Presentation - What is the Future of Property Valuations?
- Webinar recorded during the Sydney forum
- RICS Futures: Our Changing World
- Block Chain explanation video
- Future of the Profession Preliminary Literature Review
(Please note that when you claim a CPD point for watching the Webinar in your CPD Diary, you need to write a description of what you have learnt, or gain an extra point by completing a reflective practice module about the recording.)
A number of consistent themes emerged from the national forums and will be further explored during the Colloquium due to be held in Melbourne on 7 December 2016.
Concluding this body of research the Colloquium will aim to build on feedback received from members; identify potential uncertainties or threats and determine potential pathways for the future in order to provide real outcomes to enable changes for the future.
Further information regarding the Colloquium can be found here.
If you have any queries please contact Charlotte Whiteley on 02 6122 8718 or firstname.lastname@example.org.