Appraisal Institute of Canada
Canadian Property Valuation Magazine
Canadian Property Valuation magazine is a leading industry publication, distributed to AIC’s entire membership, partners, libraries and national/international subscribers. It is the only national magazine dedicated to serving the Canadian appraisal community and features important technical and industry-related articles written by AIC members who are experts in the field as well as leading industry authorities. Download the most recent issues of the magazine below.
We invite submissions for CPV magazine and accept articles from 600 – 2800 words. A high resolution photo and very short bio of the author is also required. Upcoming content deadlines are:
April 24, 2020 July 24, 2020 October 16, 2020
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OUR CURRENT ISSUE: 2020 – Volume 64 – Book 2
Agricultural appraisal guidelines provide clearer direction on farmland appraisals Real estate damages: the appraisal of properties impacted by detrimental conditions
Legal Matters‘ Market value’ versus ‘normal value’ in economically depressed time
Preserving the future of the residential appraiser
Appraisers operating during the worldwide pandemic
2020 – Volume 64 – Book 1
Advocacy: AIC Members at Parliament Hill / Testifying on the Hill
AI still you job? Co-signing – The backbone of AIC future
Issue in valuing: Heritage conservation properties
Aspects of the AIC discipline process – the Contract and the Charter
Valuation of church properties
2019 – Volume 63 – Book 4
An analysis of partial takings and contributory value in the context of various court decisions
The commercial real estate market is changing… but are appraisers?
Launch of CUSPAP 2020
Shaping our Future
2019 – Volume 63 – Book 3
Net Zero Energy homes constitute revolutionary change in homebuilding
New rules and regulations for using drones in your appraisal practice
Professional Practice Matters – Your input matters more than you realize
Marketing & Communications – 14 social media best practices you should
Why are you on my land? Property easements are forever (almost)
2019 – Volume 63 – Book 2
A sea change is upon us
An “across the fence” approach for valuing a right of way across a hydro corridor
How to attract a complaint
Appraising of an offshore island
Preparing for an Adjudicating Hearing
Legal Matters – ‘Unimproved’ property and rent re-set provisions
2019 – Volume 63 – Book 1
Canadian Cannabis Production and Research Facilities
A Forensic Appraiser’s Perspective: Government Overpaid for Land Relying on Unauthorized Appraisal
Contamination remediation costs and expropriation compensation
Tanex Industries Ltd. v. Greater Vancouver Water Distric Competency and the appraiser
2018 – VOLUME 62 – BOOK 4
Cannabis Legalization: Caution Required When Disclosing Personal Information in a Report
Is this a Bubble and Is it Bursting ?
Going-concern appraisals vs. Business Valuations
Who can provide professional assistance?
2018 – VOLUME 62 – BOOK 3
Property rights: where do they come from and what do they mean?
Legal privilege and its application to appraisers
Green home appraising: a developing market segment
2018 – VOLUME 62 – BOOK 2
Accelerated innovation in commercial real estate
Canada’s National Housing Strategy
Improve your appraisal writing skills
Appraiser Duty of Care – Lessons Reinforced
Royal Bank of Canada v. Westech Appraisal Services
2018 – VOLUME 62 – BOOK 1
Commercial Real Estate Tech Upgrade
Legalization of Marijuana is Changing Real Estate Landscape
Are Property Taxes Reflected in Market Price?
Around the Globe: Unique Challenges in the Carribean
2017 – VOLUME 61 – BOOK 4
The future is bright: Early commitment pays positive dividends
Duty to the client versus duty to the court: what takes priority?
Expert or arbitrator?
Rent review clauses: market-based or not?
Adaptive re-use of an historic church structure
Lack of strategic property tax planning leaves assets at risk of underperformance
2017 – VOLUME 61 – BOOK 3
An Appraiser’s Eye in the Sky
Passive Approaches to Low-Energy Affordable Housing
Why Buyers Will Choose Your Appraisal Firm Over Another
Valuation of Reserve Lands Revisited: Hodgson v. Musqueam Indian Band
2017 – VOLUME 61 – BOOK 2
Appraisals Involving Affordable Housing
Beyond the Appraisal Report – The Appraiser’s Voice
Top Ten Marketing Tips for Appraisers
An Interview with Krzysztof Grzesik, REV of TEGoVA
2017 – VOLUME 61 – BOOK 1
Crossing the Data Chasm in CRE
Policy Options with Alberta Farmland
Small Income-Producing Property Appraisals
Expert Witnesses: Assessment of Credibility
2016 – VOLUME 60 – BOOK 4
Telecom Valuation: Metro Vancouver’s Experience
The Retail Landscape in Canada
AIC’s Self-Regulation Model – How and Why it Works
CMHC Housing Market Assessment and Outlook
2016 – VOLUME 60 – BOOK 3
A Strategic Approach to Municipal Real Estate
Appraising Machine and Equipment
Expropriation – Special Economic Advantage
2016 – VOLUME 60 – BOOK 2
CUSPAP, The Ontario Expropriations Act and Jurisdictional Exception
Valuing Solar Energy
KPIs: Valuable Insights or Just More Paperwork?
Limited Market, Special Purpose Valuation Revisited
CRA Diversification – Impaired Properties
2016 – VOLUME 60 – BOOK 1
Injurious Affection and HVTL Corridors
Using CUSPAP to Build a War-Torn Afghanistan Economy
Valuing Solar Energy
Best Practices – Examples from the Field
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Note: Through the AIC Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Program, the maximum number of CPD credits obtainable during a 2-year cycle for published authoring is 10. The credits are based on the actual number of hours worked.