Property valuation seminar for professionals

Published February 6th, 2013

Solicitors, accountants and other professionals involved in property transactions are being invited to learn more about valuations at a seminar being held at Old Trafford, Manchester.

The two hour property valuation seminar is being organised by chartered surveyors Berrys on Wednesday, March 6 in the Hospitality Suite at Manchester United Football Ground.

Graham Bowcock, partner of Berrys at Northwich, says the event will increase understanding among professional of the whole property valuation process.

Topics covered include:

• Background to the valuation process
• Confirmation of instructions
• Information required
• The report itself

“A property valuation is not a one-size-fits-all commodity,” said Graham Bowcock.

“A secured lending valuation, for example, will not be the same as a valuation for sale or tax purposes and this seminar will explain the different types of reports and their legal requirements as well as outlining the information that is needed for the valuation,” he added.

The seminar runs from 8.30 am to 10.30 am with light refreshments included.

If you would like to attend please register with Emily Barber at Berrys before Wednesday, February 27 on 01606 818963 or email

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More about Graham Bowcock

Chartered Surveyor
Tel: 01606 818953
Mobile: 07836 215487

Graham is a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.  Graham has been a Partner in Berrys since 2001, having merged his former business, AG Bowcock & Co which was established in 1992. Graham’s work is principally undertaken in the North West of England and North Wales, an area he has lived and worked for over 25 years.  He accepts instructions from major banks, nationally recognised companies and bodies and solicitors, although also works for many private clients.

Graham undertakes valuations for all purposes including secured lending, taxation, matrimonial and partnership disputes as well as reports for charities in respect of legacies.  He is frequently instructed as an Independent Expert in respect of valuations, tenancy matters and general property issues. Graham also advises on general property issues, often related to tenancies, rents and compensation and is also an agent and valuer for the Agricultural Mortgage Corporation.