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A place where to find the A to Z of Property Valuation in Zimbabwe, including the Registered Valuers themselves.

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Valuers Council of Zimbabwe

Valuers Council of Zimbabwe is a body corporate responsible for registration of Valuers and the regulation of  the Valuation practise in Zimbabwe.

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All important documents are listed herewith for your reference. Some are downloadable for viewing at your own sweet time.

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The Valuers Act 1996 makes it an offence with punitive measures of a fine, jail or both for unregistered persons to act as valuers. There is obviously the risk of losing hard-earned money by retention of illegitimate valuation reports not acceptable or recognised by the market.

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Real estate practice split !

Over the years all aspects of real estate practice covering property valuation, auctioning, sales, management, and leasing were administered by the Estate Agents Council through the Ministry of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs. However, the practice has now been split into estate agency and valuations, each being administered under a different act.


The Conception of The Valuers Council

Since its inception in 1970, members of the Estate Agency Council (EAC) have been involved in valuation, agency and auctioneering, but this function has been taken out of the equation through a Valuation Act gazetted in March 2007.

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Important Documents

Scale of Fees

Election Regulations

Application Form

Conduct Regulations