The SAIV Northern Branch Seminar took place on 15-16 September 2023 at Premier Hotel Roodevalley. Amongst the delegates was Tshepo Mosiane, one of the lucky winners of a complimentary seminar ticket. Tshepo entered the competition as a mentee of the SAIV Mentorship Programme and came out top as he raced against time to be
Valuation as a career | Pelo Khasu How to Become a Valuer | Dianne de Wet Should you contemplate on becoming a valuer it is your responsibility to confirm your career path with the SA Council for the Property Valuers Profession. 1. BACKGROUND A valuer
The South African Institute of Valuers announced that applications are open for their 2022 Mentorship Programme and this offers training for graduates to improve their skills. The mentorship programme, now in its third year, aims to match young valuers with accredited professionals and open new personal and professional development pathways.
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.
A valuer is a professional trained to determine such values, execute feasibility studies and provide expert advice on property-related matters. As such, an independent valuer can provide impartial and motivated reports on the value of real or limited rights to land. We caught up with Northern Branch Executive member, Pelo
PRESS RELEASE Valuers request government to accelerate infrastructure development 12 February 2021 The South African Institute of Valuers (SAIV) has welcomed the State of the Nation Address (SONA) by President Cyril Ramaphosa on Thursday, 11 February. The South African Institute of Valuers, founded in 1909, is the national society of