Buildings condition assessment: part of appraisal procedure or anindependent procedure?
||Sahk, Kaarel; Jaan Miljan
||Buildings condition assessment: part of appraisal procedure or anindependent procedure?
||23rd Annual European Real Estate Society Conference in Regensburg, Germany
||Buildings condition assessment as part of appraisal procedure or an independentprocedure, as a solution for professional activity opens up the historical question in a newlight and makes it with supplement that the story is not about to do or not to do, but abouta sub-activity of independent procedure. In current development is possible to follow theboth directions of the question, while the assessment during the appraisal procedure hasa double nature, so as may be filled by the appraiser itself or as a sub-activity made byother professional. On the other hand, the buildings condition assessment is anindependent one and strongly linked with the customerís brief for assessment, while theearlier described and valuation based, is only one part of customerís brief for appraisal.Last situation do not point clearly the role and position of assessment in the discussionand conclusion gave in the summary of appraisal report, contrariwise, the independentassessment underlines an assessment as a mainstream of building conditions explanation.Authorís praxis of co-operation with courts considerably shows that the more clear andacceptable results of buildings condition are scored while we deal with independentprocedure. The independency of procedure and linked with it co-activities as part ofcurrent contest of Building Code are supporting the target of approach.
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