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Diane Steyn

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Agrista (Pty) Ltd
http://www.agrista.com
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--Diane Steyn--
Diane Steyn
On 7/28/17, 7:15 AM
  1. Click the Add button and select Add Comparable. The Comparable Sale modal will open displaying the map of the client’s farm portions.

  2. Use the map to zoom to the location of the comparable sale.

  3. Select the Draw a polygon tool on the left side of the map

  1. Using the tool, place points around the boundary of the farm. Close the shape by placing the last point on top of the first point.

  2. Capture data in the Value of the Comparable Property section:

    1. Valuation/Purchase Date: The date of the property valuation or sale in the following format DD/MM/YYYY

    2. Total Valuation/Purchase Price: The value of the comparable sale.

    3. Farm Size: The farm size is calculated from the shape of the selected portions. However, this may differ from the measured size and so it can be corrected here.

    4. Improved Rate/ha: This is calculated automatically by dividing the sale value by the farm size.

    5. Depreciated Value of Improvements: The depreciated value of the fixed improvements. If there are no fixed improvements enter a value of 0.

    6. Valuation/Purchase Value Minus Improvements: This is calculated automatically by subtracting the improvements value from the sale value.

    7. Rate/ha as if Land was Vacant: This is calculated automatically by dividing the vacant land value by the farm size.

  3. Capture data in the Composition of the Comparable Farm’s Land Component section:

    1. Select a land type from the drop down list

    2. Fill in the following details:

      1. Type: An optional text field for you to differentiate between multiple entries of the same land type.

      2. Area: Enter the size of the land component

      3. Unit Value (R/ha): Enter the per hectare value of the land component

      4. Land Value: This value is calculated automatically by multiplying the land component’s size by the unit value.

    3. Repeat until the total area equals the farm size.

  4. Add your comments and specify your Knowledge of the Property using the drop down list.

  5. You can upload any attachments by using the Attachments block. Either drop your file into the block or click inside the block to select a file from your file browser.

  6. Click the Save button to add the sale to your report.

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