"A value is valuable when the value of value is valuable to oneself."

 Dayananda Saraswati  1824-1883


Values and valuation are much discussed but often misunderstood.  In the financial world this can  lead to misunderstanding, market inefficiency and mispricing.

Valuology advises valuation providers, valuation users and professional organisations on how their processes and procedures can be improved to ensure that valuations are properly prepared and understood by those who rely on them. Our objective is to maximise market confidence in the valuations provided and minimise risks for providers and users. 


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Valuation Uncertainty and Covid 19

With the virus resurging in many parts of the world, the question of the long term impact on national economies and markets remains unanswerable.

Bodies such as IVSC and RICS have issued guidance and other information, with the latter updating this regularly to reflect the ever evolving situation. The latest RICS guidance was issued on 21 July 2021.

To help valuers and their clients keep up to date we have established a dedicated page to bring the the available guidance into a single place. Just follow the link below:

 Valuation Uncertainty Resources

Resources for Valuers

We publish useful information for valuers on various technical issues.  Available as booklets or as eBooks, they provide an affordable resource for the busy practitioner.

Keeping Lookout

We review proposed new laws, regulations and standards that are relevant to valuers.  We then produce summaries of the key things valuers need to know and what we think of the proposals.  We also provide a copy of any response we make to consultations.


See our summaries and consultation responses.