Aedis Appraisals specializes in providing real estate appraisal consulting and valuation services for both commercial and residential properties in Toronto. Our mortgage financing appraisals are accepted and preferred by most brokers and lenders. Visit http://aedisappraisals.com/real-estate-appraisal-toronto/ » for more information.
About Aedis Appraisals:
Aedis Appraisals has been appraising real estate in British Columbia since 1994 and providing its clients with accurate and top quality home appraisal services, commercial appraisal, depreciation reports and consulting services. We offer Appraisal and Consulting services throughout the Vancouver Lower Mainland, Central Okanagan and the Greater Toronto Area.
We offer quick turnaround and provide a detailed and customized report. All appraisals are performed by residential appraisers who are members of the Appraisal Institute of Canada. Together, the reports are authorized by an appraiser holding the CRA. When it comes to mortgage financing appraisals, we are the most chosen among brokers and lenders.
To know more, call us at 1 888 99 AEDIS (23347) today or visit http://aedisappraisals.com/ »
Home Appraisal Services:
At Aedis, we know the value of your home, after all the word Aedis is Latin for “Home of the Gods!”. We have residential appraisers who have experience valuating homes in all our service areas and have been doing so for years. We are preferred and accepted appraisers on most lender’s approved lists and are also trusted by the legal community, insurance companies and the private market. For more http://aedisappraisals.com/home-appraisal-services »
Aedis Appraisals has a commercial appraisal department also functioning throughout the Vancouver Lower Mainland and the Okanagan. All our commercial appraisals are signed by an AACI (Accredited Appraiser Canadian Institute) with the Appraisal Institute of Canada and also conform to CUSPAP (Canadian Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Standards). See more at http://aedisappraisals.com/commercial-appraisal »
Under the Strata Property Act, condominium developments must have completed a depreciation report by December 14, 2013. In addition, buyers, insurance companies and mortgage lenders are beginning to require them. There is provision for postponing the process but, as they are a budgeting tool, the sooner the better! For more details http://aedisappraisals.com/vancouver-depreciation-reports »
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