Appraisal Institute of Canada
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.
Brooke Cooper, STU
Miss - Toronto, ON
January 2017, I started my journey towards the AACI designation, I have completed 5 courses along with the required course of BUSI 330 (Foundations of Real estate appraisal). Currently a student member, once I find a great team to allow me to grow and develop the skills candidateship and insurance will be obtained.
Growing up in a family involved in construction, I have naturally developed a keen interest in real estate and development, which lead me to decide to pursue the AACI designation.
I am prepared to excel in this field. Being self-employed as a commercial photographer, I know hard work and determination. I developed efficient workflow practices as well as keen attention to detail. I excel at meeting tight deadlines while working on multiple assignments. Through the years I’ve had the pleasure to work with many great teams at various companies and I am now ready to take on new adventures.
I look forward to discussing any new opportunities with you and your team. I can be reached at info@brookecooper or 905-967-3993.