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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.

Interested in contributing an article?

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:

  • July 26, 2019
  • October 18, 2019

Download our Editorial Guidelines here.

Search CPV Articles

The “Search CPV Articles On-line” feature provides readers with the opportunity to identify articles related to specific topics and appraisal terms, by author, or by issue. Simply type in the search term and all the articles that include that search term will be listed below. You can click on the title of the article to read it online, or access an Adobe Acrobat version (.pdf) to print. Furthermore, the digital version of the whole magazine is accessible by clicking the “Interactive Digital Version”.

If you have any questions or suggestions, or would like to submit articles to be published in the CPV, contact [email protected].



Looking for older issues?

Canadian Property Valuation magazine 2015 issues
Canadian Property Valuation magazine 2014 issues
Canadian Property Valuation magazine 2013 issues

Earlier issues of Canadian Property Valuation are available in the members section at this link.

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Earn CPD Credits for authoring

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.