A property truism: whatever the condition every property has a value – even if that value is a negative value. 

Inappropriate cladding has created a problem. Remedial works need to be done. Those remedial works will have a cost and someone (perhaps multiple individuals and organisations) will have to pay those costs. 

Before works are undertaken, interests (either freeholds and/or leaseholds) in the property will have a value. After the works are completed, the same property (and those interests) will have value. 

This is a clear-thinking guide to how to value before the works are done, while the works are being carried out and after the works are completed. It will also provide guidance on how the cost of the works should be estimated and who is likely to have to meet the cost and in what proportions.

For all estate agents, valuers, surveyors, lawyers and substantial property owners.  


The series:

  • No important area will be overlooked – all interpretation will be practical and relevant to real-world market conditions using illustrative examples
  • ​Sessions of 75 minutes each, including answers to questions from participants on the challenges they are facing and on the opportunities being created
  • ​Unable to attend all sessions or joining partway through? Recordings will be available for all registrants

The first 10 people to book will receive 20% discount!

To celebrate the launch of the series we're giving the first 10 people to book a 20% discount. Enter the code FIRST20 to receive the exclusive rate when registering. Click here to book your place.


Sessions:

Session 1: What are the possible physical problems? 
Wednesday, 15 June 2022

Session 2: Who is responsible for what?
Wednesday, 22 June 2022

Session 3: Implications for surveyors and engineers undertaking Structural Surveys, Homebuyer Reports and Valuations
Friday, 29 June 2022

To view the full course summary and timings, click here.