There are different routes to sign up for valuer registration, depending on your circumstances, find out how to sign up and the information we require from you as part of the registration process.
If you work for a regulated firm, your firm can sponsor you to become a registered valuer. In order to sponsor members for the scheme your firm’s contact officer will need to complete the application process by logging in to the RICS Firms Portal.
If you do not work for a regulated firm, your firm cannot sponsor you to become a registered valuer. You will need to apply as an individual by logging in to the Members Portal.
Sole practitioners should first register online to become a regulated firm. Once your firm is registered, you will need to follow the two-stage process for members working for a regulated firm:
By registering for valuer registration in this way you benefit from an economies of scale price benefit.
If you are not currently registered as a regulated firm, please contact us.
If you work for a public sector organisation that would like to join valuer registration because it carries out Red Book valuation work, but does not wish to be regulated by RICS, please contact us.
All chartered surveyors are required to achieve one of our two principal valuation competencies – ‘Valuation’ or ‘Valuation of Businesses and Intangible Assets’ to competency Level 3 at final assessment — to become an MRICS Registered Valuer.
If you did not, you are required to undertake a bespoke assessment designed for the purposes of Valuer Registration.
There are four key elements:
The supporting materials, including the guidance for applicants, are attached. Please register your interest by contacting your local member operations team using the details on this page. Doing so enables us to be aware that you are working towards Valuer Registration.
RICS reserves the right to use anti-plagiarism software to ensure that submissions are original work.
To deregister, please complete and return our form.
Please note that RICS Valuer Registration has no connection to the statutory registration of valuers practising in Queensland, under the Valuer Registration Board of Queensland, or the licensing of Land Valuers in Western Australia. They have their own obligations, rules and regulations that we do not monitor. All RICS professionals have a duty to comply with the statutory requirements that may apply to them in the geographical location(s) in which they practise.
A video tutorial on how to apply for Valuer Registration and how to complete your yearly Annual Return.