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A Valuer's Career

What is an Agricultural Valuer?

An Agricultural Valuer is an essential adviser to farms, estates and others for matters to do with agricultural and rural property and business.

Also known as Land Agents, Surveyors and Auctioneers, Valuers apply their professional expertise to help their clients achieve best value whether that is for the sale or purchase of property, letting of a farm, dwelling or commercial premises, negotiating compensation following utility works, securing finance for rural investment, implementing a diversification project or providing strategic business advice. 

Agricultural Valuers can advise on a wide-range of areas and, as such, have become trusted advisers to many farmers and landowners given their professionalism, practicality and ability to see the business in the round. 

Therefore, if you want to be…

...a professional...
...working in the countryside...
...dealing with people...
...having practical discussions...

…whilst solving problems and making a difference…

then a career as an Agricultural Valuer could be for you!

Underlying this work is a firm appreciation of value, not only financial value but also what matters to the client and upholding professional values to achieve the right outcome in any situation.

Adding Value Planning and development, diversification, grants, finance, renewable energy etc.
Maximising Value Sales, agency, lettings, auctions, development, scheme work etc.
Understanding Value Formal valuations, expert witness, strategic business advice, tax planning etc.
Negotiating Value CPO, compensation, dispute resolution, landlord and tenant, licences, Joint Ventures etc.

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