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.
|February 3, 2020 (Monday)|
|09:00||Opening session and introduction|
|09:30||A gigantic shopping mall of 4.3 million sq.feet: how to value?|
|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 & Meeting a hospital executive|
|14:45||Market feasibility study of a new township|
|15:30||Feasibility study for zoo relocation: financial & economic returns|
|16:30||End of Day 1|
|February 4, 2020 (Tuesday)|
|09:00||Beauty: a valuation case of pretties & Discussing with a Pretty.|
|10:45||A business hotel: a valuation case study in Brazil|
|11:30||A public park and opportunity costs in Nepal|
|13:15||A gigantic wholesale fresh market in Thailand|
|14:00||A toll road: a valuation case study in Bangkok|
|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|
|February 5, 2020 (Wednesday)|
|09:00||An irrigation & electricity generation dam in Indonesia|
|09:45||A rundown shopping centre: a valuation case study in Laos|
|10:45||A gold mine: a valuation case study in Northern Thailand|
|13:00||A small commercial airport for replacement purposes|
|13:45||Valuing a slum for redevelopment in Jakarta|
|15:00||Train stations: a valuation case study in Thailand|
|16:30||End of the Training & Certificate of Participation|
|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.
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)
- An early-bird Registration fee is USD 650, within December 15, 2019.
- Normal fee is USD 750, since December 16, 2019.
- Onsite fee is USD 800.
Please fill in the registration form and see payment details at our website: https://www.trebs.ac.th/en/register.php?id=9. This fee includes the cost of lectures, materials, and field transportation, lunches and refreshments during the whole program. It does not include the cost for accommodation and travel arrangements.
|AP140: Fundamentals of the Valuation of Complex Properties No. 4|