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2016 – Volume 60 – Book 2

Canadian Property Valuation Magazine

2016 – Volume 60 – Book 2

  • CUSPAP, The Ontario Expropriations Act and Jurisdictional Exception
  • Valuing Solar Energy
  • KPIs: Valuable Insights or Just More Paperwork?
  • Limited Market, Special Purpose Valuation Revisited
  • CRA Diversification – Impaired Properties

Issue Articles

2016 – Volume 60 – Book 2
CUSPAP, the Ontario Expropriations Act and Jurisdictional Exception
Lisa Campbell
All appraisals completed in Canada by members of the Appraisal Institute of Canada (AIC) must comply with the AIC’s standards presented in the Canadian Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (CUSPAP). All members of the AIC must receive regular instruction…...
2016 – Volume 60 – Book 2
KPIs: Valuable insights or just more paperwork?
Greg Fandrick
KPIs: Valuable insights or just more paperwork?  Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) are metrics or measures that can be used to determine and grade performance of just about anything. In business, KPIs represent the numbers that can be used to determine…...
2016 – Volume 60 – Book 2
Best practices – examples from the field
David Babineau, Gordon Tomiuk, Allan Beatty, Robert Robson, Peter Lawrek, John Schevchuk
Best practices – examples from the field A collaboration by the volunteer members of the Appeal Sub-Committee: David Babineau, AACI, P.App, Fellow; Gordon Tomiuk, AACI, P.App, Fellow; D. Allan Beatty, AACI, P.App, Fellow; Robert Robson, AACI, P.App, Fellow; Peter Lawrek,…...
2016 – Volume 60 – Book 2
CRA Diversification
Leigh Walker
Here is an example of how a CRA has successfully diversified his practice. Leigh Walker is a Managing Partner with LawrensonWalker Real Estate Appraisers in Vancouver, British Columbia and specializes in residential appraisals He has worked in the real estate…...
2016 – Volume 60 – Book 2
Valuing Solar Energy (Part 2)
Nathalie Roy-Patenaude
Engaging individuals, property owners and communities in generating clean energy to sell to the grid is a win-win for everyone. Cleaner energy, contributing to the greenness of the planet and getting paid to do it – it does not get…...
2016 – Volume 60 – Book 2
Limited Market, Special Purpose Valuation Revisited
Abiding by a legal requirement to render an opinion of market value (e.g., real property assessment) for limited market, special purpose properties presents a difficult challenge for the appraisal community. If there are no buyers and sellers for a special…...