The real estate appraisers who perform the biggest and most complex real estate deals in Canada are some of the most highly regarded in the country, and they’re not all on good terms.
Here are 10 of the best and worst in Canadian real estate appraisal:1.
Tom McLean, real estate broker and agent at McLean RealtyIn Canada, Tom Mclean is arguably the country’s most successful real estate brokerage.
He’s the president of the Canadian Association of Realtors, the countrys largest professional association, and he’s also the former president of Canada’s Association of Professional Property Appraisers (APRA).
McLean and his firm have been at the center of numerous controversies over the years, including a lawsuit that claimed they inflated home prices in Ontario, a dispute with the Canadian Taxpayers Federation over a real estate report, and the controversy over his decision to withhold payment to two of his clients who had been falsely accused of selling fake property.
McLean has a reputation for being honest, and his appraisal practices are widely regarded as some of Canadas best.
But when it comes to the real estate market, McLean is a highly paid professional, who has been a leader in Canada’s real estate industry for decades.
James R. Wiens, realtor and real estate consultantAt the heart of James R Wiens’ career is his firm, R.W. Wires.
He founded the firm in 1969, and has been at its helm ever since.
It was founded as a subsidiary of his father’s real-estate brokerage firm, Wires & Co.
Wiens has a long history of real estate practices that have earned him a reputation as one of the world’s most influential real estate brokers.
In his biography of Wiens on his website, the author notes that he has been involved in real estate sales from the late 1800s to the 1980s, when he was an executive at Wires, and worked for both the Canadian and U.S. government.
Wires has also made a name for itself as a leading real estate professional, with clients ranging from politicians and celebrities to big corporations and high-end real estate investment trusts.
In his biography, the book’s author describes Wires as “the most prominent real estate lawyer in Canada.”3.
Daniel R. O’Connell, real-property agent and realtor in CalgaryReal estate appraisals are notoriously difficult to do well in Canada, and that’s exactly what Daniel R O’Connor has done for over 30 years.
He specializes in helping companies navigate the real-life complexities of real-world transactions, and is an expert in both the mechanics of realtors’ work and the economics of realtor commissions.
O’sConnor has a unique perspective on real estate that is not found in most of Canada, where he often makes his living as an agent, appraiser, and consultant.
In fact, O’Connors real-time information technology and consulting work has been seen by realtor associations in more than 100 countries, including the U.K., Germany, and France.4.
Andrew M. Schaffer, realestate agent and agent in CalgaryHe is the owner of a real-tor agency, and one of Canada s top real estate agents.
He has been an advocate of realty-related reforms in Canada for decades, and for years has been critical of some of his own real estate clients.
When it comes down to it, Andrew Schaffer is not a person who is always on top of things, and in some cases has been too lenient with his own clients.
In one case, Schaffer allegedly took $3,000 out of the pockets of a client who had not paid rent in years.
But his actions were widely criticized by realtor associations in Canada.
In the same year that the case broke, Schaffers real-ty brokerage went bankrupt, and was sold to an outside company.5.
Robert F. Gelles, realtory appraiser in CalgaryFor most of the last 20 years, Robert F Gellespott has been one of realtrader’s biggest and brightest stars.
He began his career as a lawyer at the U of T, and eventually joined the Calgary Real Estate Board.
He quickly rose to become one of Alberta’s most powerful realtorms.
Golles has also held a variety of positions at the Alberta Real Estate Association, which has oversight over realtor contracts in the province.
He is an advocate for reform of the realtorship industry in Alberta, and a strong proponent of the privatization of the Calgary Board of Trade.6.
Scott C. Thompson, realty appraiser and agent with Cushman & FriersonThompson is one of just two people who have a direct and close relationship with the owners of Calgary’s largest real estate company, Cushmans.
His firm is the largest real-home-equity brokerage in Canada and he