Courses in Valuation and Property Management

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VAPM 101 Introduction to Property
An introduction to urban and rural property. READ MORE
VAPM 201 Principles of Urban Property Management
An introduction to the current scope, various roles and historical development of urban property management. READ MORE
VAPM 205 Real Estate Marketing and Management
A study of the legal, ethical, functional and managerial issues related to real estate brokerage. READ MORE
VAPM 207 Principles of Valuation
Application of the principles of both urban and rural valuation. READ MORE
VAPM 208 Principles of Rural Valuation
Study of the concepts of value, and identification of the major factors affecting the value of rural land.
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VAPM 308 Property Analytical Methods
The application of research processes to property markets. READ MORE
VAPM 309 Property Investment and Portfolio Analysis
The analysis of individual property investments and property investment portfolios. READ MORE
VAPM 310 The Valuation of Investment Property
The principles and methodology for the valuation of urban investment property. READ MORE
VAPM 311 Urban Valuation
The valuation of special purpose properties and those imposed by statutory requirements. READ MORE
VAPM 312 Rural Valuation
Reporting and valuation for lending purposes; productive valuations; valuation of use rights; valuation of partial interest in land; establishing land rentals; and the application of valuation concepts within the New Zealand legal framework.

 

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VAPM 313 Property and Facilities Management
Advanced level property and facilities management. READ MORE
VAPM 314 Property Development
The study and analysis of property development. READ MORE
VAPM 602 Advanced Valuation Methodology

The application of feasibility, market analysis and computerised techniques to the valuation process.

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VAPM 603 Advanced Property Management
Investment analysis of commercial property portfolios. READ MORE
VAPM 675 Sustainable Building Practices
Sustainable building practices that enhance environmental performance and property value; a review of the current status of sustainable building practices in NZ; the rating of sustainable buildings and a critical analysis of government policies to increase the uptake of sustainable building practices.
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