Whenever a property owner requires an unbiased assessment of their property’s value you can rely on S. Rayner’s AIC-designated commercial appraisers to provide you with a detailed, accurate assessment. Our appraisers ensure you have the information you need to make an informed decision.
S. Rayner offers Commercial Appraisal services for:
- New Builds
- Buying property
- Selling property
- Financing new property
- Refinancing an existing property
- Making informed investment decisions
- Reviewing past property tax assessments
- Determining capital gains
- Submitting an insurance claim
- Expropriation compensation
- Mass appraisal services
- Determining value of property for:
- matrimonial purposes, arbitration or other litigious matters
- Mergers, acquisitions or dissolutions involving commercial property
- Assessing property values to adhere to International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)
- Execution of reserve fund studies or depreciation reports for condominium and strata developments
Our AIC-designated commercial appraisers services can be especially useful for:
- Expert testimony
- Litigation support
- Cost-benefit analysis
- Feasibility Reports
- Foreclosure proceedings
- Insurance Claims and replacement costs
- Relocation valuation
- Current Market analysis
- Market rent studies
- Reserve fund reports
- Asset/portfolio management
- Right of way, easement, partial takings
- Appeals for Tax Assessment
- First Nation land claims
- Inventory and equipment valuation
- Green/Solar valuation
Our skilled team of commercial appraisers can provide a wide-range of reports regardless of complexity, such as:
Used most commonly for residential properties.
A more detailed but brief assessment with just the key facts included.
Similar to a Short Narrative Report, but all facts and details are included, nothing is omitted.
There are a few different methods our AIC-designated commercial appraisers employ depending on the request and property type.
This approach determines commercial property value by locating and comparing properties of similar size and attributes along with completed or pending sales.
This method determines value by assessing the land and building separately, then once finalized combines them for an overall value. This is especially useful if the property is new and has less depreciation.
This approach is beneficial when the property generates income such as a rental property. The potential revenue over time is considered along with the actual value of the land and property. Most common for commercial properties, not residential.