Recordings are available approximately 7 days after the live webinar.
The recent bushfire crisis has impacted multiple regions of Australia and many members will have the task of providing valuations in these areas. Join our presenters as they discuss a range of topics considering the impact of the fires.
The recording of this webinar will be available from 19th February 2020.
Join a diverse and expert panel to discuss Soil Carbon Projects. At the end of the session you will be able to understand what are soil carbon projects are and how they differ to other types of carbon projects, current science and research, finance and legal implications, and a practical case study.
Join an expert panel to discuss how best to manage your risk in providing valuation reports using API tips, guidelines and adhering to your PI policy requirements, reducing the risk in providing speaking reports for mortgage purposes, and tips for full valuation reports to ensure that the purpose and all of the client’s requirements are met.
Join our panel to discuss how GIS technology and apps are currently being utilised with real estate industry. We will provide a practical example of how current technologies can be utilised. We will also discuss the value of GIS, the future outlook and current research.
Join an expert panel to listen to a discussion and update on flammable cladding from a legal, fire engineer and valuer's perspective.
Join our panel to hear about the options for careers in regional Australia and
Conflicts of Interest - How to recognise them and what do you do?
Attend this webinar to hear our experts talk through real life examples and gain valuable tips on: How to recognise a potential conflict of Interest and Understanding what to do if you have a conflict.
Our expert panel explores a wide range of perspectives and opinions on commercial leases and the role of incentives.
This webinar marks RUOK Day 2019 and introduces an evidence-based model for strengthening resilience and developing mental fitness.
“Cyber security risks are also growing, both in their prevalence and in their disruptive potential. Attacks against businesses have almost doubled in five years, and incidents that would once have been considered extraordinary are becoming more and more commonplace. The financial impact of cyber security breaches is rising, and some of the largest costs in 2017 related to ransomware attacks, which accounted for 64% of all malicious emails.” The Global Risk Report 2018, World Economic Forum
This is a recording of the PFAS - Wider implications for valuers webinar held on Thursday 8 August 2019.
Hear from an expert panel on the effects of PFAS from a community, health, Defence and valuers perspective.
This is a recording of the Building Smarter Cities with Blockchain webinar held on Tuesday 6 August 2019.
Are you interested to find out how blockchain is being explored and used in the property industry and how cryptocurrencies are being used in property transactions? Listen to this webinar recording to find out more!
This is a recording of the Built Environment Environmental Rating Tools and Legislation webinar held on Tuesday 30 July 2019.
Against the challenges of climate change, growing population and resource scarcity, the benchmark for the ideal ‘green’ building continues to shift. What are the development opportunities and challenges of sustainable buildings and eco-cities in Australia?
This is a recording of the Building Smarter Cities with Blockchain webinar held on Wednesday 10 July 2019.
How will blockchain affect property transactions and how cities develop in the future? Tony Crabb presents Cushman and Wakefield’s recent research in this emerging field.
This is a recording of the Childcare Valuation Webinar held on Friday 5 July 2019.
As part of API’s specialist valuation series, an expert panel discussed the childcare sector, and the different considerations that need to be taken into account when conducting a childcare valuation.
This is a recording of the Service Stations Webinar held on Friday 7 June 2019.
As part of API’s specialist valuation series, an expert panel discussed valuation best practice within the service station sector.
This is a recording of the Big Data webinar held on Tuesday 28 May 2019.
Over the past decade, big data has been posing more questions than answers. The complexity doesn’t lie in capturing data but in unlocking the value and potential. This webinar will introduce you to the principles behind big data, how it is being collected, its capabilities and how it can transform into valuable business insights.
Join our panel of experts to discuss the opportunities, challenges, and risks with big data on the property industry.
This is a recording of the NSW Unit Entitlements webinar which was held on Wednesday 15 May 2019.
The strata sector continues to grow and the focus of this session was to discuss:
Presented by David Bannerman, Bannerman Lawyers and Peter Raptis, LMW.
This is a recording of the Aged Care webinar which was held on Tuesday 14 May 2019.
As part of API’s 101 specialist valuation series, an expert aged care valuation panel discussed best practice valuation methods; tips and tricks; and challenges and common misunderstandings.
This is a recording of the Retainers webinar which was held on Tuesday 14 May 2019.
David Leggatt and Rob Hecek discussed retainer agreements and their importance for members. This webinar was moderated by David Brandon.
This is a recording of the Murray-Darling Basin webinar which was held on Thursday 4 April 2019.
Panellists Shaun Hendy, Colliers and Michael Stewardson, University of Melbourne, joined us for a discussion moderated by Professor John Sheehan. The presenters covered the implications to the water market and irrigation cropping sector in the Murray-Darling Basin and what this means for valuers undertaking valuations of land and water properties, and those reporting on agribusinesses where water has been deployed locally and nationally.
The discussion also provided insights into current concerns of water supply access and the fish stock issues.
This is a recording of the Essential ABS data for valuers webinar that was held on Tuesday 2 April 2019.
ABS Chief Economist, Bruce Hockman, and Jennifer Williams, National Director (Research), m3property, provided valuable insights into fundamental ABS data that valuers use every day.
This is a recording of the Webcast:The Banking Royal Commission - what this means for valuers which was held on Friday 15 February 2019.
This webcast unpacked what the Royal Commission's report into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry means for the Australian property sector.
This is a recording of the Webinar: Lessons from Desane which was held on Monday, 12 November 2018.
This webinar addressed the original Supreme Court decision Desane Properties Pty.Ltd. v State of NSW  NSWSC (the Desane decision) and the subsequent reversal by the NSW Court of Appeal.
This is a recording of the Webinar: Cladding on Buildings which was held on Wednesday, 29 August 2018.
Matthew Curll (Hall & Wilcox Lawyers) and Bevan Richardson (LMW) discuss the topic of cladding from both a legal and a valuation perspective.
This is a recording of the Webinar: The Role of the Quantity Surveyor and Implications for Valuations Webinar held on 6 June 2018.
Tass Assarapin of Mitchell Brandtman provides a practical insight into the role of a quantity surveyor including an update on the current state of play within the construction industry.
This is a recording of the Webinar: GST – Opportunities and Implications with Property and Valuations held on 22 May 2018.
Steven Ren, Senior Manager - Indirect Tax at KPMG, provides a focus on GST in complex property transactions including those involving property development.