Geographic Information System

Geographical Information System

We utilize Tatuk GIS, which can accommodate large volumes of high-resolution aerial photography and layers of information, such as:

  • Map IT data
  • Water courses, wetlands, rivers and spruits
  • Power lines, pipe lines, railway lines, stations
  • Topography
  • National and Provincial roads

A GIS is an important tool for valuers especially for assisting in mass valuations.  GIS assists in:

1.  Identifying the following:

  • Properties
  • Improvements
  • Use
  • Public Service Infrastructure

2.  Electronic measurements of:

  • Buildings
  • Public Service Infrastructure
  • Servitudes
  • Agricultural land (irrigation)