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Residential Property Surveyors Association and the RICS Competitors or Colleagues?. Peter Bolton King FRICS, FNAEA, FNAVA, CIPS Global Residential Director. One destination? A generation gap? A lack of future surveyors? RICS is getting the message out. RICS recent consumer survey

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residential property surveyors association and the rics competitors or colleagues
Residential Property Surveyors Associationand the RICSCompetitors or Colleagues?

Peter Bolton King FRICS, FNAEA, FNAVA, CIPS

Global Residential Director

one destination a generation gap a lack of future surveyors rics is getting the message out
One destination?A generation gap?A lack of future surveyors?RICS is getting the message out.
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RICS recent consumer survey

“The home buying ticking time bomb”

  • 94% agreed that it was important to commission a survey
  • Nearly a third failed to do so
  • 89% who didn’t get a survey now think independent advice is important
  • 73% who did get a survey said it provided them with peace of mind
  • 50% felt is was value for money.
  • Those who did not get a survey had repair bills on average of £5,750
  • Worryingly there was a serious lack of understanding
  • 60% incorrectly identified an estate agents primary responsibility
  • 1 in 10 thought the agent acted for the buyer with 1 in 5 thinking they act equally for the buyer and seller.
          • Survey conducted in August 12 with 1017 respondents.
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What can the RICS offer you?

  • Demand for AssocRICS membership and for some this can lead to full Chartered Surveyor status
  • RICS has just simplified the work required to become an Associate
  • Anyone holding the Home Inspector qualification as a level 3 only needs to have 2 years experience, but this has to be across the broader breadth of competencies and not solely in the narrow field of Home Inspector or Energy Assessment.
  • If you meet the above then you can go straight into the Assoc Assessment process
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Simplified Assessment Process for AssocRICS

  • 2500 word summary of experience covering all six technical competences and eight mandatory competencies (soft skills and general business)
  • 2000 word case study based on a single project, but expressed in terms of two main technical competences used in your day to day role
  • 24 hours professional development
  • Successful completion of the RICS online ethics module
  • No longer a requirement to put together numerous different papers
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Likely to be two pathways of interest to Home Inspectors

  • Technical competencies for Assoc in Building Surveying
  • Building Pathology
  • Construction Technology
  • Contract administration
  • Design and Specification
  • Inspection
  • Legal and Regulatory Compliance
  • Technical Competencies for Survey and Valuation
  • Building Pathology
  • Inspection
  • Legal and Regulatory Compliance
  • Measurement
  • Property Records
  • Valuation
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Other Possible Opportunities for RICS membership

  • Anyone with an NVQ level 4 across the range of technical competencies might be eligible for direct Assoc assessment
  • Anyone with a degree and 5 years experience working at a senior advisory level might be eligible for the Professional Experience Route to MRICS
  • A simplified progression from Assoc to MRICS is now available without the need to do 900 hours from a final level of an accredited degree
  • Now possible with 5 years work experience to carry out further study / training, a period of further work experience at an advanced level and successful completion of the APC final assessment including a peer review but RICS chartered members.
  • The new Associate launches later this week so please visit
  • www.rics.org/associates