This course is about the valuation of rural property, and the factors that create value in rural land. It aims to provide a firm understanding of the nature of problem solving in rural valuations, and to promote flexibility and responsiveness to change. The course also seeks to further develop the ability to communicate selected solutions and recommendations. It covers the physical aspects of rural land and agricultural production. It reviews the market for rural land, valuation principles that apply to rural land, and valuation for statutory purposes in rural districts, and provides an overview of farm finances, rural industries and their economies and feasibility studies for rural development. It builds on the theory and practice previously learned in Property Concepts, Residential Valuation and Statutory Valuation, showing how valuation principles are applied to the valuation of rural land.
Applicants can apply via online (by downloading the enrolment form), phone, mail, or in person. For more information, contact:
RMIT's Continuing Education Centre:
Tel: +61 3 9925 8111 (9am to 5pm weekdays)
The Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) is one of Australia’s original and leading educational institutions. As an innovative, global university of technology, RMIT has an international reputation for its industry-relevant programmes and courses.
With over 70,000 students studying at campuses in Victoria and Vietnam, online, by distance education, and at partner institutions throughout the world, the University is one of the largest in the country.
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RMIT has various campuses in Melbourne's city, Brunswick and Bundoora. The institution also offers specialised education in Point Cook and Hamilton.
The RMIT International University Vietnam is based in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.