Information and Communication Technology: A Survey among Appraisers and Valuer’s in Malaysia
||Razali, Muhammad Najib Mohd; David Martin
||Information and Communication Technology: A Survey among Appraisers and Valuer’s in Malaysia
||14th Annual European Real Estate Society Conference in London, UK
||This paper attempts to investigate the current implementation of ICT tools within the appraisers and valuers profession in Malaysia. Despite tremendous developments of ICT in Malaysia, it begets the question as to how far it has been used in the real estate profession especially among valuers and appraisers in the country. This survey encompasses each of ICT applications; hardware namely equipment and facilities; software namely equipment, operating systems, office productivity, software packages; ICT applications namely applications used in handling daily chores, document handling systems and personal experiences and opinions. In this survey, a posting and web based questionnaire was used to capture field data of ICT implementation. It is envisaged that this survey would yield beneficial results for the betterment of the real estate industry in Malaysia at large. Furthermore, it is felt that it can contribute significantly towards generating quality valuation reports by the aforesaid professional practitioners.
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||Session D7: Valuation Practices in Emerging Markets
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