AIC Member - Ryan Slade, AACI
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.
|Areas Served||Niagara ON, Hamilton ON, Haldimand County ON|
|Service Types||Appraisal Review, Expropriation/Right-of-Way/Easement/Partial Takings, Foreclosure, Insurance/Replacement Cost (Natural Disater/Damage), Litigation/Expert Testimony, Market Lease Rate Survey|
|Education||Bachelor Of Science|
Mr. Slade provides a full range of real estate appraisal and consulting services to regional and national clients, as well as well as the public sector. Clients have included various lending institutions and law firms, all levels of government (including local municipalities, school boards, Infrastructure Ontario and Lands Corporation, and Public Services and Procurement Canada), national organizations, local developers and more. Mr. Slade has been an appraiser since March 2011 and attained his AACI, P.App during 2021. Mr. Slade has experience with a range of intended uses, including financing, litigation, consultation and internal decision making, determination of cash-in-lieu of parkland dedication, expropriation, assessment appeal, lease renewal and more. Mr. Slade has experience with a variety of client requirements, such as hypothetical perspectives and special property considerations; as well as a variety of reporting formats, including narrative reports and technical reviews. Mr. Slade's geographical area of focus has primarily been within the Hamilton, Haldimand and Niagara regions.