South Africa has fewer than 1 500 registered professionals in residential and commercial property valuation, and fewer than 650 valuer candidates; this demonstrates that property valuation is an untapped career path, says real estate property custodian South African Institute of Valuers (SAIV) president Dianne de Wet. She refers to the property valuers profession as “the best kept
Property valuations appeals – court decisions vindicate ratepayers’ objections; highlights incompetence.
In recent months, the highly publicised decisions by the High Court and Supreme Court in separate matters, found in favour of ratepayers, where municipalities over estimated – or in one case “thumbsucked’ property valuations, has drawn comment from Dianne de Wet, Professional Valuer with Massel Property Services and President of the South African Institute
The South African Institute of Valuers (SAIV) hosted its highly anticipated 114th National Annual General Meeting (AGM), Seminar, and Networking Dinner at the exquisite Devonvale Golf & Wine Estate in Stellenbosch, Western Cape. The event, held from the 18th – 19th May , brought together professionals from the property industry across South Africa. With
Dianne de Wet is a member of the South African Institute of Valuers (SAIV) National Executive and has been involved in the property industry since 1993. In this interview, she provides us with more insight on how one can become a valuer.