Although appraisal work typically involves the preparation of reports on specific properties, appraisers are often required to provide expert evidence in Supreme Court, various tribunals, and arbitration hearings.
Inland Appraisers Ltd. maintains an extensive data bank of sales records, property description files, and lease and cost information. This data includes historic sales and listing records necessary for retrospective tax and litigation valuations. Sales and related information is maintained on a daily basis.
Independence and confidentiality are fundamental to all services provided by an appraiser. Reports, consulting work and other assignments accepted by a member of the Appraisal Institute of Canada must be undertaken in full compliance with Ethics and Canadian Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice.
APPRAISERS AND STAFF
Inland Appraisers comprises three fully qualified AACI designated appraisers, an AIC candidate member and support staff. The AACI members, David Bush, Iain Hyslop and Peter Wallace are fully experienced in most areas of appraisal practice.
AREA OF PRACTICE
Inland Appraisers provides valuation and consulting services with respect to all types of properties, commercial, agricultural, leasehold for a clients ranging from various levels of local, provincial and federal government, law firms, lenders, insurers and other market participants.