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Valuation reports, especially those that will be relied upon by investors and third party stakeholders, must be delivered to consistent standards. The RICS Valuation- Professional Standards (The Red Book) sets mandatory requirements for valuation reports. The assignment is to produce a valuation report for loan security purposes that is compliant to RICS Valuation 2017- Global Standards. You are required to select a hypothetical commercial property. The property must meet the following criteria: You are valuing the freehold interest of a commercial property that is fully or partially let and held as an investment. The property will be within the range 1,000 – 10,000 sq m, GEA and located in a city and close to similar commercial property, from which you will draw your comparables. There will be a minimum of two tenants. You do not need to access the actual leases. But you will need to assume, the terms of the expiry, rent review and repairing obligations. The valuation date to be used in the report is 12th December 2019. The final submission must not exceed 3,000 words. The report is to be produced to professional standards and must contain: a) An analysis of the local market; b) Include all mandatory requirements for valuation reports, as set out in the Red Book; c) A full valuation calculation and supporting notes. (In this instance it must show the basis on which the valuation is arrived at. In other words submit details of comparables and related analysis); d) An alternative method of valuation (for example you could use Term and Reversion as method 1, then work the valuation applying DCF technique);