the project will provide participants with the knowledge and understanding of the application of European Valuation Standards which will improve their skills and competence.
A report for TEGoVA by Professor George Matysiak
At a time when the valuation profession is urging the European Commission to investigate a Dutch decree allowing AVMs to be used without any valuer involvement for first-time valuations of homes serving as mortgage collateral, the Matysiak report is especially relevant, because it serves to highlight a contrario just how uniquely dangerous such practice is.
Who would have ever imagined that it would be possible to organise an event attracting 100 delegates and guests representing valuers associations from as many as 26 countries? Much of the credit for this success should go to the host association the National Association of Valuers of Serbia (NAVS) which attended to every organisational detail with perfection.
New three year term for the Chairman of TEGoVA
Appraisal Institute (USA) and TEGoVA sign Mutual Recognition Agreement.
Appraisal Institute of Canada and TEGoVA sign Mutual Recognition Agreement
European Valuation Standards 2016 Launched in Brussels