Student Membership – Open to anyone currently studying a Property Institute accredited qualification. Students must be studying at least two papers per semester. To download the application form for student membership click here.

Affiliate Membership – Open to anyone actively involved in providing professional services to the property industry (A University qualification is not required). To download the application form for affiliate membership click here.

One-off application fee: $125.00

Annual Subscription Fee: $638.25

Graduate Membership – Open to anyone who has completed a Property Institute accredited qualification (see application form for list). To download the application form for graduate membership click here.

Annual membership fee following graduation

1st-year following graduation $356.50

2nd-years following graduation $638.25

Graduate $1012.00


After a few years of Affiliate or Graduate membership. You can apply to advance your membership.

Full Members (MPINZ).

The base requirement to apply for MPINZ are as follows;

  • Have completed a minimum of 20 CPD points in the 2 years’ immediately prior to application.
  • Have completed our Ethics and Standards modules within the last 4 years.
  • Have three referees (at least two of these are full members of PINZ).
  • Include proof of qualifications (if relevant).
  • Have paid a one-off $125.00 application fee.

Applicants will be interviewed by members of their local branch. Applicants must demonstrate that he/she has relevant experience and knowledge. Once the branch has approved an application this will then be submitted to the PINZ board for approval.

To download the application form for MPINZ click here. Annual Subscription Fee: $1012.00

Infrastructure, Plant and Machinery applicants will be required to sit an examination as part of their application for advancement.

Senior Member (SPINZ)

Open to any member who has 8 years post graduation experience and achieved registration either with the VRB or the Property Institute.

  • Have completed a minimum of 20 CPD points in the 2 years’ immediately prior to application.
  • Have completed our Ethics and Standards modules within the last 4 years.
  • Have three referees (at least two of these are full members of PINZ).
  • Include proof of qualifications (if relevant).
  • Have paid a one-off $125.00 application fee.

Applicants will be interviewed by members of their local branch. Applicants must demonstrate that he/she has relevant experience and knowledge. Once the branch has approved an application this will then be submitted to the PINZ board for approval.

To download the application form for SPINZ click here. Annual Subscription Fee: $1012.00

Registered Member – Open to any member who has been MPINZ for 12 months, resident and practicing in New Zealand and who is fully compliant with CPD requirements.

Fellow (FPINZ) – A member may be nominated for Fellowship of the Institute if they are deemed to have attained a significant professional standing. This includes recognition for services to the industry and to the Institute over an extended period. A nomination is from one of the Institute’s Branch Committees. Fellowships are awarded at the discretion of the Institute’s Board of Directors.


New Zealand Institute of Valuers Membership Types

NZIV - All Valuers Registered in New Zealand must hold this membership.

Associate Members (ANZIV) - Associate membership is about recognising those Members who have successfully demonstrated their progression of being a Registered Valuer to NZIV Council, their local Branch and potential users of their valuers services. The aim of Associate membership is to improve the standard of our profession, thus improving the regard to which valuers are held in by users of our services. Registered Valuers with one year of experience can apply for ANZIV membership. The one-off fee to apply for ANZIV is $230.

To download the process document ANZIV click here.

Fellow (FNZIV) – A member may be nominated for Fellowship of the Institute if they are deemed to have attained a significant professional standing. This includes recognition for services to the industry and to the Institute over an extended period. A nomination is from one of the Institute’s Branch Committees. Fellowships are awarded at the discretion of the Institute’s Board of Directors.