The Appraisal Institute of Canada (AIC) is a leading real property valuation association with over 5,000 members across Canada and around the world. AIC Designated Members are highly qualified, respected professionals who undertake comprehensive curriculum, experience and examination requirements. They are committed to ongoing continuing professional development to maintain the highest level of competency within an evolving marketplace.
Providing high quality detailed analysis of the real estate market.
The first step is getting a quote on the cost for us to do the appraisal. We will require details on the property, reasons for getting an appraisal and contact information. Getting the quote is free and you will be under no obligation to use our appraisal services.
Once you approve the quote, we will set up an appointment for us to come out and inspect the property. We require payment at the time of inspection. This usually takes around 45 minutes to an hour, but can be longer depending on the property.
The rest is done in office. We use many market analyzing strategies and talk to industry experts to arrive at our final value, which is all clearly laid out in your final appraisal.
In order to be better connected with the community and its development we are members of many boards and committees, which provides us a clearer view of the local market.
City of Orillia, Ramara, Severn, Oro-Medonte, parts of Gravenhurst, parts of Muskoka, and the former Carden and Dalton townships.
- Commercial banks
- Credit Unions
- Governmental agencies
- Insurance companies
- Accountant/tax planners
- Investment companies
- Land developers
- Mortgage brokers
- Vendors and purchasers
Our Appraisal Services Cover
- Residential real estate
- Conventional loans
- New construction
- Vacant land
- Market Rental Analysis
- Multi-residential dwellings
- Commercial Properties: retail and multi-tenant buildings
- Industrial Properties
Reasons to Get an Appraisal
- Mortgages and mortgage refinancing
- Estate or tax planning
- Legal dispute or divorce settlement
- Current value of the property
- “As finished” value of the property under construction
- Percentage complete value of property under construction