What is land valuation?
The land valuation process involves inspecting the property, ascertaining legal ownership and the interest held and gathering relevant information such as the prices that similar properties sell for.
Other factors come into the valuation, such as the saleability of the property or its value for mortgage purposes. Land valuers provide valuations of many different types of real property such as residential, commercial, industrial, rural and horticultural properties.
Please note: The Land Valuers Licensing Board was previously responsible for the licensing of individuals who conduct valuations of land in Western Australia. From 1 July 2011 the Board was abolished and, as per the the Acts Amendment (Fair Trading) Act 2010, the responsibilities of the Board were transferred to the Consumer Protection Division of the Department of Commerce.
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