AAPI, CPV, BBus (Prop), MRICS
Associate Director | Valuation & Advisory Services | Agribusiness
Valuation & Advisory Services
Malcolm has gained experience in a variety of real estate valuation sectors, rural property management and development in Queensland and the Northern Territory that reflect my specialization in medium to large scale cattle production enterprises in conjunction with past experience in mixed farming, irrigated & dry land cropping enterprises and cattle breeding properties in NSW.
Provided rural revaluations for the Warwick and Inglewood Shire Councils, residential and rural valuations throughout South East Queensland.
Malcolm has over 25 years’ experience in the rural sector starting his career working on rural properties in NSW and Queensland working forTwynam Pastoral Company and Stanbroke Pastoral Company
Malcolm has experience in a variety of valuations of rural assets for pre-purchase, pre-sale, financial reporting, mortgage security and estate planning purposes.
Assets valued in recent years include small to large scale mixed farming, dryland & irrigated cropping., small to large beef and sheep grazing, feedlots, poultry, crocodile farms. Provided valuations for use in the Queensland Land Court and the Supreme Court of Queensland.
Appointed as an Associate Director of Valuations Rural & Agribusiness Colliers International Brisbane December 2015.
Founded and operated R & M Property Advisory, providing rural and residential property valuations in south east Queensland 2005 to December 2015.
Provided valuations for use in the Queensland Land Court, Family Court and the Supreme Court of Queensland.
Valuer – Herron Todd White Brisbane May 1999 to August 2005,
Department of Natural Resources, Valuer December 1996 to May 1999
Stanbroke Pastoral Company January 1990 to January 1995
MDH Holding Rutland Plains Cape York 1987
Twynam Pastoral Company 1982 to January 1987
Bachelor of Business (Property Studies) University of Queensland; 1994 to 1996
Associate Diploma Farm Management, Orange Agricultural College. 1988 to 1989
Memberships & Involvements
Associate Australian Property Institure (AAPI), Valuers Registration Board of Queensland (2402), Registered Valuer WA 44866, Member Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (MRICS)
Director | Valuation | Valuation & Advisory Services | Agribusiness
Shaun is an expert in a variety of valuation and rural asset consultancies, servicing large areas of Australia including water property rights, irrigation and dry land cropping, and intenisve livestock industries.
With his experience in agricultural economics, cattle, water rights and irrigation heis frequently engaged to conduct complex valuations of large scale properties with a focus on their productive and income earning capabilities.
Associate Director, Agribusiness
Valuation & Advisory Services
Specialist rural consultant, proficient in the valuation and advisory of agribusiness assets including: cotton, vegetable, dryland farming and intensive grazing enterprises, dairies, piggeries and chicken breeding facilities. Specialising in complex asset valuation assessments using production and cashflow data with recent experience in cotton gins, flour and sugar mills, oil seed extraction, large scale irrigation and grain handling facilities.
Prior to becoming a valuer in 2005 James had a practical history as a Jackaroo then working through to stud Overseer specialising in stud stock and wool production, to then go onto to finish a Bachelor of Farm Business Management.
In his professional career, James has comprehensive experience of providing independent agribusiness consultancy advice to property owners, mortgage lenders, insurers, government bodies and private investors and is proficient in a variety of valuation types including: In use, alternative use, as if complete, tax depreciation, stamp duty, retrospective, succession planning and rental determinations using a variety of valuation approaches and methodologies.
James has also been using his experience in consultancy and advisory work. Examples include scenario analysis, added value of new infrastructure, production analysis, design and best management practice.
James is a 6th generational farmer with a strong advantage and point of difference over other valuers in understanding the drivers of value and empathy which is connected to it.