AIC Exchange Blog
There is not a ‘one size fits all’ housing policy that the federal government can implement
Proceed ahead with serious caution and much consultation.
A new AIC member offers some encouragement and practical suggestions for networking and building new contacts in the appraisal profession.
There is an overall misunderstanding about how an appraiser arrives at a market value, sometimes leading to a misconception that “the appraiser killed the deal”. This article will debunk these myths and provide additional insight and perspective from a designated appraiser’s point of view.
As the 2008 – 09 financial crisis so clearly demonstrated, real estate markets – when not appropriately regulated and managed – can contribute to the instability of a nation’s economy. One of the core elements of a healthy and balanced real estate market is a systemic approach and commitment to reliable property valuations.
An AIC Designated Member gives some insight into a career with municipal goverment In The City of Edmonton.
This article is the first of a series that will address the concept of value within the emerging multi-cultural economies of the 21st Century. The objective is to foster an on-line dialogue between AIC members that will lead to an enhanced understanding of the concept of value and provide a basis for discussion to which you, the reader, can respond with your comments, opinions and ideas.