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Adam Dickinson

Adam Dickinson, AACI

De Stecher Appraisals Ltd.
Fee Appraiser
    Property Types
  • Commercial - Condominium, Commercial - Land, Commercial - Lodging, Commercial - Long-term care facilities, Commercial - Office, Commercial - Retirement Homes, Industrial - Shops, Industrial - Warehouse, Institutional - Public Properties, Institutional - Religious Facility, Residential - Heritage, Residential - Land, Residential - Land (5 units or more)
  • Service Types
  • Appraisal, Consulting, Expropriation, Insurance/Replacement Cost, Market Study
  • Location
  • Saint John, NB
  • Areas Served
  • Saint John NB, Charlotte County NB, Kings County NB, St. John County NB, Sussex NB, Moncton NB, Fredericton NB
  • Contact
  • (506) 634-8423
  • adickinson@propertyappraisal.ca
  • www.propertyappraisal.ca
  • http://www.linkedin.com/pub/adam-dickinson/21/372/307
  • 61 Union Street, 5th Floor, Saint John NB E2L 4S3
  • Education Business Administration
About
Adam Dickinson joined de Stecher Appraisals in 2005 during a University of New Brunswick co-op work term. Adam graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in 2006. After three years of additional part-time coursework, in 2009, Adam was granted the Post-Graduate Certificate in Real Property Valuation from the University of British Columbia. With his education and appraisal industry experience, Adam received his AACI designation in 2009. Adam has served on the Board of Directors of the New Brunswick Association of Real Estate Appraisers since 2009. In April 2014 Adam started serving as the President of the association. Adam has worked on appraisal and consulting assignments relating to income, investment and institutional properties including apartment buildings, warehouses, land, subdivision developments and a variety of historic and community churches. Adam is also experienced in loss-of-use, expropriation and insurance appraisals. When an assignment calls for it, Adam gladly snowshoes, hikes or kayaks to appraise rugged and remote terrain for clients. Outside of the office Adam volunteers for affordable housing and community development related organizations.
PLEASE NOTE: Under the Canadian Uniform Standards of Professional Practice (CUSPAP) , CRA members must use that designation in connection with the appraisal, review or consulting on individual undeveloped residential dwelling sites and of dwellings containing not more than four (4) self-contained family housing units.  Where a CRA Member signs a report beyond their scope of work, it must be co-signed by an AACI.
  Under CUSPAP, prior to accepting an assignment or entering into an agreement to perform any assignment, an appraiser must have the knowledge and experience to complete the assignment competently, alternatively, take all steps necessary or appropriate to complete the assignment competently. 
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