"Our Appraisal Training Program has been developed by professional CANADIAN auctioneers and appraisers. You will learn how to protect yourself in today's increasingly litigious business environment and you will start earning more as an Accredited Personal Property Appraiser. You will not be disappointed."
This course was developed by, and is taught by professional auctioneers and appraisers who clearly understand your needs as an appraiser. Upon completing our appraisal program, you will be able to perform appraisals in areas where you previously would not have been comfortable. This course will better prepare you to meet the challenging and ever changing, more sophisticated demands of today's professional business community, such as lawyers, accountants, trustees, bankers, government, and others.
With nearly 1100 graduates from 10 provinces and 2 territories across Canada, the CPPA designation is a highly regarded and sought after requirement for many users of professional appraisal services. Government cutbacks and asset disposal are activities often preceded by appraisal reports. Government loan guarantees underwritten by banks and financial institutions frequently require independent opinions of value. Standards continue to change in the insurance industry, with a view to reducing fraudulent claims; frequently, insured goods must be independently valued prior to policy issue. A turbulent economy is generating heightened demand for appraisals in situations of insolvency, as investors and inspectors alike are taking an active, watchful role in the settling of bankrupt estates and businesses. Divorce appraisals and estate appraisals will continue at a steady rate with an increased demand for appraisers with proper training and accreditation.
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Canadian Personal Property Appraisers Group
1881 Scanlan Street
Fax: (519) 451-2443
Jim Snider, President:
John McKenzie, Vice-President: