G.A. Farrel & Associate's Team of Valuators
In 1976 Gordon Farrell, FRICS, retired from his career as the Director of Surveys, Land and Surveys Department. With his over 30 years of invaluable experience, he established G. A. Farrell & Associates Limited. Founding partner, Gordon Farrell was joined in 1998 by two other partners, Mark Farrell and Derek de Gannes. They trained abroad in the USA and UK respectively and on their return to Trinidad they brought with them a wealth of international experience, each having worked abroad for over 10 years.
G.A. Farrell & Associates Limited has grown into a leading firm of Chartered Valuation Surveyors who specialize in the valuation of properties in Trinidad and Tobago. We have grown from a small family practice to a large professional firm. Our high ratio of professional to administrative staff give us the unique ability to effectively deal with many projects at the same time.
Our five offices throughout Trinidad & Tobago give us a strategic advantage with projects situated all over our island state. Our offices: - in Port of Spain (Ariapita Avenue), Chaguanas, (Taitt Street), San Fernando (Harris Street), Arima (Tumpuna Road) and Tobago (Tateco Building), give us the largest footprint of any Property Valuation company in the country.
With Quantity Surveying consultant, Mr. Clifford Murray (MRICS), G.A. Farrell & Associates extends our valuation services by offering Quantity Surveyor Reports for Construction projects, which are required by lending institutions to process loan approvals. G.A. Farrell & Associates have also extended our services into the international real estate market though our associate in Miami, Florida, USA, JRH Appraisals.
We stay at the forefront of valuation practices through our active study policy, keeping G.A. Farrell & Associates' experts up-to-date through our study program, requiring an annual minimum of 15 study hours. Our professionals mostly achieve this through attending overseas market-specific seminars and industry-based advanced valuation courses. as well as through foreign-based correspondence study options. Some local seminars have also proved to be useful.