Who we are?

Welcome to the Valuers Council of Zimbabwe. Discover our services, resources, and commitment to excellence in promoting professionalism and integrity within the valuation profession.

The core values of the Valuers Council of Zimbabwe are:


We uphold the highest standards of integrity, promoting honesty, transparency, and ethical conduct in all aspects of the valuation profession.


We strive for excellence and professionalism in the practice of valuation. We are committed to maintaining a high level of competence, adhering to industry best practices, and continuously enhancing our knowledge and skills.


We take responsibility for our actions and decisions, ensuring that valuers registered under our council are accountable for their work. 

Protection of Public Interest

We prioritize the protection of the public interest by regulating valuers and ensuring that they provide accurate, unbiased, and reliable valuation services. 

How we operate - our mandate

Core Functions of the council

Registration of Valuers:

The Council provides for the registration of valuers, ensuring that individuals practicing as valuers in Zimbabwe meet the necessary qualifications and standards.

Regulation of Valuers:

The Council regulates the practice of valuers in Zimbabwe, overseeing their professional conduct and ensuring compliance with relevant laws and regulations.

Conducting Inquiries:

The Council is responsible for holding inquiries as required by the Act that establishes it. These inquiries serve various purposes outlined in the Act.

Ensuring Competence and Conduct:

The Council takes measures to ensure that valuers practicing in Zimbabwe maintain a standard of competence and conduct that is sufficiently high for the protection of the public.

Addressing Negative Impact on Property Sector:

The Council aims to address the negative impact on the property sector caused by unregulated or fraudulent operators, referred to as "fly-by-night" and bogus operators, who have been taking advantage of property owners.

The core values of the Valuers Council of Zimbabwe are:


We foster collaboration and partnership with government bodies, industry associations, educational institutions, and other stakeholders to advance the valuation profession. Through effective collaboration, we aim to promote knowledge-sharing, innovation, and the overall development of the property industry in Zimbabwe.

Continuous Improvement

We are dedicated to continuous improvement in our regulatory practices, standards, and processes. We embrace feedback, evaluate our performance, and adapt to changes in the industry to better serve the needs of valuers and the public.

Fairness and Impartiality

We ensure fairness and impartiality in the registration, regulation, and disciplinary processes of valuers. Our decisions and actions are based on objective criteria and are free from bias or favoritism.

And our promise to every member;

Our promise to the people is to ensure trusted valuations, protect your interests, and uphold the highest standards of professionalism and ethical conduct in the valuation profession.

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What the industry should expect from the council

Now that the Valuers Council of Zimbabwe has been established..., the industry can expect several positive developments. Firstly, the council will bring about a heightened level of professionalism and accountability within the valuation industry. By setting and enforcing stringent standards for registration, competence, and ethical conduct, the council will ensure that valuers operating in Zimbabwe adhere to the highest levels of professionalism. This will lead to increased trust and confidence in the services provided by valuers, benefiting both individuals and organizations involved in property transactions.

Secondly, the industry can anticipate improved regulation and oversight. With the Valuers Council in place, there will be a structured framework for monitoring and regulating the practice of valuers. The council will actively investigate complaints, address instances of misconduct, and enforce disciplinary actions when necessary. This will help safeguard the interests of the public and maintain the integrity of the valuation profession. Furthermore, the council's collaboration with government bodies, industry associations, and educational institutions will foster a cooperative environment that promotes the growth and development of the valuation industry in Zimbabwe.