B.Comm, AACI, P.App
Senior Director - BC
I have the over 30 years of experience assisting clients with value based decisions. My valuations have addressed strategic acquisitions, provided for appropriate financing, facilitated leasing at market rates, proved development viability, and provided solutions including timely disposition, expropriation, compensation, tax mitigation and appeals and estate settlements. In the past I leased and sold a wide range of commercial and industrial properties in Metro Vancouver and thus have hands-on negotiation and transactional experience. I have acted as an agent for clients in significant Assessment Appeal Hearings, given evidence in BC Supreme Court and acted for court appointed receivers. My role at Colliers includes the appraisal of a wide range of commercial real estate in British Columbia with a specialization in industrial property. I currently share in the management responsibilities for our practice group.
Valuations of large portfolios in excess of $100M.
Assessment Appeals for multiple years with tax savings in excess of $100k.
Development valuations laying the groundwork for significant land acquisitions and successful development projects.
Complex valuations providing for the basis for negotiations resulting in agreements and settlements between parties.
University of British Columbia: Bachelor of Commerce (Finance); Diploma in Urban Land (Appraisal)
Memberships & Involvements
Real Estate Institute of British Columbia
Appraisal Institute of Canada
TD Bank, Vancity Credit Union, Corporation of Delta, BC Hydro, Port Metro Vancouver, TransLink
They did a good job, they did exactly what we required.
They were professional and got the job done quickly and was easy to work with, they responded and got the job done in a reasonable amount of time.
They're very efficient and detail oriented, well, they got me my numbers immediately and detail oriented. I've had a few conversations with the broker already in regards to the quote we wanted and he wants to make sure all his i's are dotted and his t's are crossed.