Expert opinion

Modern international experience of introduction of information technologies in the field of market analysis and real estate appraisal
The future of all professions, which will provide analysis of the source of information, due to the necessity of processing large arrays of data. In particular, Isaac Pernas, Director of information technology consulting company in real estate Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL), said: "In real estate data has always played an important role in decision-making, but only now they started to collect in digital form. With the help of mathematical models and algorithms that are used in the analysis of big data, it is possible to obtain information in such volumes that previously could not even imagine. The process of forecasting the future has become much easier due to the relevance and accuracy of these data. Modern models provide greater accuracy and the ability to adapt to a wide range of requirements."

One of the technologies that are already widespread in the international real estate markets, this is Big Data (big data). Big data is a variety of tools, approaches and methods of processing both structured and unstructured data for later use in solving specific problems and goals. The meaning of technology is to automate the process of analyzing large volumes of data from numerous diverse sources of information.

Modern database of real estate offer fairly limited information about a particular object. In contrast, the technology of Big Data allows us to estimate, for example, how much time will it take to get to the facility during "rush hour" as district provided with places in kindergartens and schools, or decent to work with tenants, the management company, not the high cost of energy in the house, and the like.

So, when analyzing the real estate market, the implementation of IT solutions are a necessary tool for obtaining a quality product.

The section"market Analysis" in the valuation report of the property

Smolnikova S.
Honored expert-appraiser Ukrainian society of appraisers

Unfortunately, very often the evidence function in the section "Market Analysis" evaluators of their own hands to change super acute (the results of calculations are "out" indicators and information referred to in the text "market Analysis"). As this metamorphosis by an artist very often goes unnoticed, here is a list of the most common mistakes in the design of the section "market Analysis" 
related to the reproduction and transformation in this section ...

The General Assembly adopted a new TEGOVA European valuation Standard (EVS 6)
During the General Assembly of TEGOVA in Marseille on 28 October 2017, 95 delegates representing 52 organizations evaluators from 29 countries overwhelmingly approved a new European Standard for evaluating (EVS 6) regarding the use of automated valuation models (Automated Valuation Models - АVМ).

A key message EVS 6 is that: "АVМ cannot be used to compile an evaluation report which meets the EMU, regardless of the evaluation process is based in particular on the inspection of the property by the appraiser and the judgment of the appraiser. Use АVМ is nothing more than a tool to facilitate the process of evaluation by the evaluator, for which he is responsible."
Assessment of cultural heritage objects in Ukraine. The problem of investment.

Smolnikova M. S.

Head of the valuation of the cultural heritage of the group of companies "Uvekon"

Currently in Ukraine 1.4 thousand cities and towns and more than 8 thousand villages with precious cultural heritage. The resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine approved the List of historical populated cities and urban-type settlements, which included 401 towns. On the state account is 51364 monuments of history, including the 142 - national importance; 16293 monuments of architecture, town-planning and Sadovo-Park art, including 3541 5926 national importance of monuments of monumental art, including 44 national significance.