We engage real estate professionals to share ideas in diverse ways through coordinated symposia, conferences, meetings and professional courses. Through coordinated efforts of the Council and our four chapters we bring lifelong professional experiences...
Founded in 1997 originally as TIVEA it was then transformed into AREPTA in 2019.It brings together real estate professionals from the private, public, and cross-sectoral environments to create a dynamic platform for knowledge sharing and transfer, and protecting professional interests. We are partnering with professionals, academia, policy makers and other stakeholders to strengthen the real estate practice and interest of the profession in Tanzania.
Mr. Andrew P.Kato
AREPTA is an association representing the interests of real estate professionals in Tanzania. It is a non for profit association covering the whole range of professional fields within the real estate sector including; valuation, land administration, real estate finance and investment analysis, property and facilities management, and estate agency. AREPTA provides a platform for engaging real estate professionals and pioneers for the cause for the advancement of the profession and member interests. Founded in June 1997 the association was formerly known and registered as TIVEA an abbreviation for Tanzania Institution of Valuers and Estate Agents. Following the growth of the real estate sector and introduction of new specializations in the country, AREPTA was re-branded in 2019 to a more inclusive name "Association of Real Estate Professionals of Tanzania" following members’ resolution in the 2015 annual general meeting to embrace the land administration, property and facilities management and the real estate finance and investment professions. Today AREPTA has become the leading professional organization for real estate professionals in Tanzania with members from all sectors, and it aims to ensure that the disciplines of real estate and its stakeholders deliver the best services for the growth of the nation.
AREPTA aims at advancing the cause of the real estate profession in Tanzania and beyond by advocating for its members' interests and promote the engagement of other professional associations and the government towards developing the real estate sector through collaboration and innovation.
People are at the heart of what we do. We engage our members to learn and uphold the interests of the profession for the growth of our nation. We aim to foster professional advancement that leads to practical solutions to land conflicts and property challenges.
Offering high-quality professional services is critical to the purpose of developing the real estate industry and improving access to property rights for our people. Our focus on professional excellence includes continuously promoting professional development, skills sharing and training for our people, as well as learning from the global institutions.
As professionals, we hold ourselves to the highest ethical standards. AREPTA believes in responsible stewardship from it members by promoting that all members’ activities are done in compliance to professional standards, with professional integrity and transparency, continuously striving for increased efficiency and effectiveness.
We encourage our members to value our fraternity and to value each other’s professional contributions and ideas. We embrace diverse perspectives to develop an inclusive environment where every professional can achieve their full potential and the government can achieve its goals.
AREPTA members are registered and identified from the academic and practicing community from both the private and public sectors including individuals and practicing firms. The membership is voluntary and runs through annual subscriptions. AREPTA is a non for profit organization operating with the support of its members through voluntary contributions and volunteerism.
Members of AREPTA are categorized into:
Corporate– registered real estate firms operating in Tanzania and offering services to the public in the one or all disciplines of valuation, land administration, property and facilities management, estate agency and real estate finance and investment analysis.
Fellow – prominent real estate professionals with adept professional experience in the sector and have been active members in the institution and have supported its cause for over 10 years.
Associates – graduate practicing members offering their services to the general public. These members are admitted into the association after possessing significant experience and exhibit professionalism in their practice areas.
Honorary members – persons without real estate professional background but whose work promotes the advancement of the real estate education, research or professional cause in one or more of the disciplines of real estate. This membership is conferred by the Council to persons in acknowledgment of their efforts to the betterment of the profession.
Association of Real Estate Professionals of Tanzania Council
The chapter connects valuers and valuation firms to meet and exchange ideas with their peers who are practicing valuation from the public and private sector. The Chapter is driven by the purpose of promoting and advancing the practice of valuation and valuation standards for the betterment of the profession and the user community. The Chapter plays a significant role in influencing the industry and government for adoption of sustainable professional practice and coordinates professional engagements among stakeholders across the nation to provide valuation services that are relevant to the needs of the changing market. The chapter membership is limited to nationally registered valuers and valuation practicing firms carrying out services in the following lines of business;
The chapter is a shared platform for land administrators across the nation to interact and brainstorm with their peers who are land administrators from the public and private sector. This Chapter is driven by the motivation to promote and improve land governance and administration in Tanzania and support the deliverance of better services to the community.
The Chapter plays a significant role in impacting positively the practice of land administration in the nation. It is also influential in formulating policy framework for land governance in the industry and government aiming at securing property rights for all and coordinates professional engagements among stakeholders across the nation to promote land administration practices that are relevant to the needs of the community.
The chapter membership is limited to professional land administrators and firms engaged in the provision of business of:
The property and facilities management chapter consists of property management professionals who understand the challenges of managing complex residential, commercial and mixed use properties for developers. The chapter provides education and networking opportunities for property management professionals. The chapter operates with the goals of; promoting high ethical standards, supporting members, and sharing information and resources.
Chapter members provide services related to:
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