Commercial, Residentail Property Appraiser Toronto
FRONTIER APPRAISAL is committed to accurate analysis and uncompromising standards, combined with a willingness to adapt to a modern computerized environment, which has been a large part of the firm’s success.
The founding owner has put together a combination of professionals that will provide skills and expertise in every area of real estate to provide a high standard of service in an increasingly competitive market.
Our services are contracted solely of a fee basis. When the scope of an assignment is clearly definable, we will set a fixed fee. Various situations however, may not allow the predetermination of a specific amount. A minimum and maximum fee will be established in such instances.
Frontier has engaged in various strategic advisory roles, consulting, market analysis and valuation of virtually every type of residential property. Appraisals have been completed for the following purposes.
- Capital Gains and Estate Planning
- Sale or Purchase
- Interim and Permanent Financing
- Current Value Accounting
- Divorce and Estate Settlements
- Assessment Appeals
- Portfolio Valuations
- New Construction and Expansion
The Appraisal Institute of Canada (AIC) is a self-regulated body, and has established a standard-based Professional Practice model that is responsive, transparent and accountable to the public and AIC members alike.
The Institute employs a Counsellor of Professional Practice. The Counsellor of Professional Practice is the first point of contact and as such is dedicated to serving the public interest by responding to various types of queries. In this regard, the counsellor registers consumer concerns and complaints related to the service of an AIC member with the assurance of confidentiality and expedient action. The counsellor provides expert advice on the application of the Canadian Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice to members of the Institute as an educational service.
The Institute's professional practice process includes three disciplinary committees, appointed by the Board of Directors that carries out investigation, adjudication, and appeal hearings for the most serious breaches in the Standard and Code of Ethics.
Should you have a concern about the
work product or the conduct of a member of the Institute, you can contact
the AIC's Counsellor of Professional Practice to discuss the matter.
Subsequent to your discussion with the Counsellor, should you wish to file a
complaint, you may do so in writing and addressed to the Counsellor. The
Institute focuses its investigation and adjudication on formal complaints
where it is alleged that a member has contravened the
Canadian Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice.