Online valuation advice

April 2006
Farmers Weekly;4/14/2006, Vol. 144 Issue 15, Special Section p11
Trade Publication
The article recommends Web sites to help vendors in the valuation of their farms in Great Britain. The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors publishes a quarterly bulletin derived from transactions made by its members which is available on their Web site. Vendors can visit the Web site landregisteronline.co.uk to get information on the properties sold for £2 fee. Other Web site that offers sales results is ourproperty.co.uk.


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