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About AIC – Ontario


To promote and advance the interests of Ontario’s members, by providing valued services to members and information about the profession.


To be a leading professional association for real estate and property valuation and advisory services that achieves a high level of member satisfaction.


The Association will act in the best interest of the membership. We will serve all members of the Association with the highest levels of integrity , professionalism and respect.


AIC-ON is the first point of contact for those in the province of Ontario wishing to join the AIC. AIC-ON will:

  • Help individuals become a Member of AIC by:
    • Reviewing education and experience of prospective Members
    • Providing necessary application forms
    • Processing the applications for Student and Candidate Members
  • Guide Members through the designation process by:
    • Liaising with AIC’s education partners
    • Informing members of current requirements and deadlines
    • Administering the Applied Experience Program
  • Seek and post career opportunities for Members
  • Organize Professional Practice Seminars within a classroom setting
  • Organize professional development seminars within Alberta to assist Members to attain Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credits
  • Change membership status for retirement, resignation or compassionate leave, as required
  • Reinstate a membership
  • Provide guidance about how to become a volunteer with AIC
  • Inform Members on key issues through newsletters, publications and notices
  • Promote members and the profession through local marketing, promotion and advocacy activities
  • Host provincial networking opportunities and meetings

AIC-ON also assists the public by:

  • Answering inquiries about the appraisal process
  • Providing expert advice to the media on appraisal topics
  • Providing information about appraisal as a career