Fernie Greaves Limited have provided valuations on all aspects of commercial property for very many years. These valuations have been received from individuals, companies for internal audit purposes and all Lending Institutions including Banks and Pension Funds. Fernie Greaves Limited are included on many of the Bank Lending Panels.
The work is primarily carried out by George Thompson FRICS, RICS Registered Valuer and Paul Oddy BSc(Hons), both Directors of the Company. Additional valuation work for Lending Institutions is carried out by David Jackson FRICS, DipBMM, IRRV, RICS Registered Valuer and Michael Sumption FRICS.
Both George Thompson and David Jackson are included in the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors Valuer Registration Scheme.
As a Client of a RICS Registered Valuer, you should expect to receive the highest level of service from them. Operating across a wide range of asset types, working in both the Public and Private Sector, a RICS Registered Valuer should be your first point of call for providing you with a full spectrum of specialist knowledge, understanding and skills including:
- The Practice Standards of the RICS are renowned as the highest emerging practice on ethics, valuation reporting and technical methods
- All RICS Registered Valuers are strictly regulated and monitored to RICS Standard
Our rigorous leading qualification demands core technical expertise plus continuous training and development.
What should you expect from a RICS Valuation? Valuations are required all over the world for many reasons and as a Client you should expect the following level of service from your RICS Registered Valuer:
1 Openness and Transparency
Independent and objectivity should be your number one priority in choosing a Valuer. All RICS Registered Valuers are required to make full disclosure and avoid conflicts of interest.
2 Clear Reporting
RICS Registered Valuers have access to the latest data and are experts in their fields in providing clear reports based on diligent investigations, market commentary and analysis.
3 International Valuation Standards
All RICS Registered Valuers are regulated to international valuation standards which means that they work to a consistent standard throughout the world.
4 World Class Regulation
To ensure the best Practice, RICS Registered Valuers and their Companies are subject to professional, independent regulation. Companies that carry the strap line “regulated by RICS” are required to have appropriate levels of Professional Indemnity Insurance and a Complaints Handling Procedure that provides adequate protection to their Clients.
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George Thompson FRICS
Paul Oddy BSc (Hons)