This registration is required to operate as a real estate property valuer.
A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.
You must have:
completed a degree or post-graduate degree approved by the Board
sufficient practical experience
or be registered in another State, without limitation.
Visit the Valuers Registration Board web site for a list of approved courses.
To establish eligibility criteria, you should contact the Valuers Registration Board before making application.
This registration remains in effect for 12 months. A renewal notice is issued annually
obtain this registration by completing an Application for Registration as a
Valuer and submitting it to the Valuers Registration Board of Queensland.
Copies of the application form can also be obtained from the Board's head
office or visit the website.
complete your application for registration, the following documents must be
professionally presented comprehensive report of work you have personally
undertaken in each of the following areas:
- Multi tenanted income
- Income producing or
- and Other report, preferably not
from the previous categories.
valuations must be no more than 6 months old from the time of lodgement. Field
and/or working notes must accompany each valuation.
the Guidelines for Registration as a Valuer in Queensland, available from the
Valuers Registration Board.
be interviewed by the Board before approval is granted.
This registration cannot be transferred.
Valuers Registration Board of Queensland
Valuers Registration Act 1992 (Queensland)
Valuers Registration Regulation 2013 (Queensland)
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