What qualifications do you need to be a valuer?

All valuers must complete an approved university degree, for example, I completed a Bachelor of Commerce (Agriculture) majoring in Rural Valuation at Lincoln University before going on to complete a Graduate Certificate in Commerce. To become a registered valuer, you must have spent at least three years working full time as a valuer (within a firm of registered valuers) and you are required to pass an oral and written examination in front of the Valuers Registration Board (VRB).Registered valuers must hold an Annual Practicing Certificate (issued by the VRB) and must undertake ongoing professional development.