AP140 (Conducted in English.)
Fundamentals of the Valuation of Complex Properties
Agarwood plantation in Cambodia | A small commercial airport | An irrigation & electricity generation dam | A green building of USD 300 million | A 5-star hospital in Thailand | A Business Hotel in Brazil | Wholesales fresh market | Valuing a concession of a dolomite mine | A gold mine valuation | Market feasibility study of a new township | Pipeline valuation | A valuation case of pretties | A public park and opportunity costs in Nepal | A resort in Vietnam | A gigantic shopping mall of 4.3 million sq.feet | A rundown shopping centre in Laos | Valuing a slum in Jakarta | A toll road: a valuation case study in Bangkok | Train stations
This course is designed to introduce the fundamentals of the valuation of various complex properties challenging professional valuers around the world. Participants will be able to understand different natures and business models of business related to these properties. Real case studies will briefly be used as examples from actual practices.
Sunday, April 1, 2018
18:00 Welcome dinner
Monday, April 2, 2018
09:00 Opening session and introduction
09:30 A gigantic shopping mall of 4.3 million sq.feet: how to value?
10:15 Morning refreshment
10:30 Pipeline valuation, a case of Central Thailand
11:15 A green building of USD 300 million: how to value?
13:00 Valuing a 5-star hospital in Thailand & Meeting a hospital executive
14:30 Afternoon refreshment
14:45 Market feasibility study of a new township
15:30 Valuing a concession of a dolomite mine
16:30 End of Day 1
Tuesday, April 3, 2018
09:00 Beauty: a valuation case of pretties & Discussing with a Pretty.
10:30 Morning refreshment
10:45 A business hotel: a valuation case study in Brazil
11:30 A public park and opportunity costs: a valuation case study in Nepal
12:15 Networking lunch
13:15 A gigantic wholesale fresh market in Thailand
14:00 A toll road: a valuation case study in Bangkok
14:45 Afternoon refreshment
15:00 A resort: a valuation case study in Vietnam
15:15 Agarwood plantation: a valuation case study in Cambodia
16:30 End of Day 2
Wednesday, April 4, 2018
09:00 An irrigation & electricity generation dam: a valuation case study in Indonesia
09:45 A rundown shopping centre: a valuation case study in Laos
10:30 Morning Refreshment
10:45 A gold mine: a valuation case study in Northern Thailand
12:00 Networking lunch
13:00 A small commercial airport for replacement purposes
13:45 Valuing a slum for redevelopment in Jakarta
14:45 Afternoon refreshment
15:00 Train stations: a valuation case study in Thailand
16:30 End of the Training & Certificate of Participation
18:00 Farewell dinner
20:00 End of the program.
Thai Real Estate Business School (TREBS) is a specialized school devoted to the multidisciplinary study of real estate management, valuation, surveying, and property development. TREBS has its primary objective to enhance the development of efficient management personnel skilled in property valuation and related subjects in the area of real estate in Thailand. TREBS has conducted a number of training courses and seminars such as the well-known four-day training course on property valuation. Factors enabling TREBS to success in conducting these training courses and seminars are the valuation knowledge learn the formal training delivered by the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy and our rich experience from valuation and research in the field over the last 20 years. Since then, to 200 sessions were held with over 5,000 participants. The programs are academically rigorous and intensive, designed for practitioners and well-motivated students.
Our Main Instructor
Sopon Pornchokchai, PhD D.FIABCI MRICS
Dr.Sopon has had experience in real estate research and valuation since 1982. He is an experienced valuer and lecturer on valuation at the undergraduate and graduate levels and in training courses in Thailand and abroad. He was a consultant to the ESCAP, UN-Habitat, World Bank and other international organizations. He is currently the President of FIABCI Thailand, the Thai Appraisal Foundation and the Agency for Real Estate Affairs, IAAO representative to Thailand, the Director of Thai Real Estate Business School, and a member of the Global Valuation Forum of the Appraisal Foundation (USA). His research master pieces include the roadmap for valuation profession for Ministry of Finance, Vietnam (2006), the consultancy service to Ministry of Finance, Indonesia (2008), World Bank Indonesia (2010), the consultancy service to Ministry of Finance, Cambodia (2012), UN World Cities (2015) and Global Municipal (2017)
USD 550, early bird until February 2, 2018
USD 650 since February 3, 2018
USD 700 for on site registration
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10 Nonsi Rd., Bangkok 10120, Thailand
Tel. (+66) 2295.2294 Ext. 104 Fax. (+66) 2295 3994
It was very important for attending Ap140 class because It has many various complex properties valuation and case study in various countries in Asia that is good for applying practices in Cambodia, and thanks so much your presentation. From Mr.Mao Vang, CPL Cambodia Properties Limited
I graduated from the University of Nairobi in 1985 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Land Economics. I have therefore practiced property valuations ever since. Last December I attended the training at TREBS on valuations principals in undertaking complex valuations. The four days training was an eye opener in my valuation profession under Dr. Sopon I wish I had undertaken it earlier.
I shall look for a forum to discuss it in my Institute of Valuers both in Kenya and Rwanda. I encourage all that able to to attend such forums to do so as it will have tremendous change to their valuation technical. From David Muiru the Managing Director of Gimco Limited a Kenyan 35 years valuation company.
The course TREBS design AP140 was very good for valuer whose looking for improving or upgrading their knowledge in Valuation. What I like a lot about this class is a real case study on the subject properties. Thanks, From Seng Sopheak, CPL Cambodia Properties Limited.
For last topics of AP140 with Dr.Sopon and his colleagues were show and indicate me a lot of real estate valuation and process it. From Pech Toeur, Kraty Reality Co.,ltd., Cambodia.
The course AP140 of November 2017 which I was among participants was very relevant and informative. I had always wondered on how to go about valuing the types of properties which were termed as “complex properties”. Just to give an example, it was difficult for most of us (me and my colleagues) to agree on how one should value pretties. We were about to agree on the impossibility. It was not the case after I had attended the training.
To be frank, I enjoyed the course as well as the teaching techniques and the ability displayed by the trainers. The learning environment was well set and classic. In fact, I for one loved everything about the course.
Wish you all the best in your training endeavourers
From Zidikheri M. Mundeme, LIPAZ Consultants Limited, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
Botswana: January 6, 2015: Valuation of Casinos in Countries in Africa
Brazil: March 16, 2016: Speaking for FIABCI and RICS Brazil while valuing there.
Cambodia: July 23, 2017: Surveying shopping centre in Phnom Penh
India: August 13, 2017: Speaking on bio-asset valuation in Nagpur.
Indonesia: August 8, 2016: Study of property prices after Tsunami, 2004
Korea: September 24, 2017: Speaking at the Asia Pacific Real Estate Congress, Busan
Laos: April 5, 2015: Mass Appraisal in Vientiane.
Malaysia: Property survey in Batu Tiga, Kuala Lumpur
Myanmar: March 27, 2017: Speaking for Myanmar Real Estate Association
Nepal: April 16, 2015: Studies on housing markets (3 days before the earthquake)
Philippines: September 18, 2017: FIABCI Meeting, Manila