There is little doubt that real estate industry is something that provides not only employment for thousands of persons but also helps shape dreams of countless number of people who want to have their own homes. However, building a home, buying it and finding customers to sell them are quite complicated tasks. It is totally different from buying other movable and immovable assets. The rules pertaining to various processes involved in buying and selling of homes keep on changing every now and then. Hence, there needs to be constant ways and means by which all the stakeholders concerned are informed about such changes. This would certainly call for the real estate industry stakeholders to have the right access to technical updates and other relevant information that might be needed.
Apart from the various processes that are involved when a home is bought or sold, there are also a number of technical details that ought to be known to the buyers of homes. Terms like plinth area, carpet areas, built up area, easements, and a number of others such terms are quite common in the real estate industry. Though these terms might be quite common for those who are in this business, it might be something that is quite new for those who are not daily associated with it. Hence, if you are responsible stakeholder in the real estate industry, it is extremely important for you to find out ways and means by which you can help the customers and other stakeholders to be abreast about the latest technical updates that are pertinent and importance to the real estate industry.
Amongst the various stakeholders who have an important role to play in the real estate industry, there is no doubt that the role of real estate valuers is very important. They play a big role in helping the buyers and sellers to get a fair idea about the market value of the property in which they are transacting. Valuation of properties is a complicated subject matter and there are quite a few technical terms that are commonly used. Many of these terms and terminologies might be out of bounds for ordinary customers. However, as responsible real estate valuers, the responsibility lies on their shoulders to help them to have the right knowledge and information which will help them to decipher such complicated technical terms and updates.