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RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors) is the leading member organization in the world for professionals in property, land, real estate, construction and related environmental issues.

Launched in 1868 with headquarters in London, England, RICS was granted a royal charter to protect and serve the public interest. The organization provides impartial, authoritative advice on key issues affecting the public to businesses as well as governments and policy makers. Members operate in over 146 countries around the world and offer strategic advice on the economics, valuation, law, technology, finance and management of the world's physical assets - from major construction projects to commercial farmland to large investment portfolios.

More than 100,000 professionals working in the major established and emerging economies of the world have already recognized the importance of securing RICS status by becoming members. To ensure that members are able to provide the quality of advice and level of integrity required by the market, RICS credentials - MRICS and FRICS - are only awarded to individuals who meet the most rigorous requirements for both education and experience and who are prepared to maintain the highest standards of business practice and ethics in support of public interest.

In a world where the demand for greater certainty of professional standards and ethics has become a top priority, RICS members are recognized as leaders in their professions.

RICS is supported by regional offices around the globe.

RICS Americas

RICS Americas, based in New York and covering North, Central and South America and the Caribbean, has more than 2,600 designated members who work in commercial and residential development, construction management, brokerage, planning and finance, and valuation. Members' organizations range from small enterprises and local government to the world’s largest organizations and authoritative international bodies.

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