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Rob Purdy

AACI

Executive Director

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About

Professional Summary

Rob Purdy is a real estate professional and an  Accredited Appraiser with the Appraisal Institute of Canada having 10 years experience in the valuation of institutional grade assets.  Rob began his real estate career within the brokerage world, underwriting investment opportunities for potential buyers and sellers.  After several years in investment brokerage,  Rob decided to leverage his core strength of underwriting and interpretation of financial statements towards completion of his AACI.    

Since achieving his AACI designation in 2014, Rob has continued to hone his underwriting skills with respect to institutional grade assets, with an increasing roster of trophy caliber assets on his resume.  Rob's brokerage roots have allowed him to develop a vast network of lenders, owners and brokers in order remain abreast of current market trends and recent transactions.   In his current capacity as Executive Director, Rob manages and participates in local, regional and national mandates for a variety of lenders and ownership groups

 

Accomplishments

Honours BBA, Complete 2009
PGCV - Complete 2012
AACI - 2014

Education

Wilfrid Laurier University - Honours Bachelor of Business Administration
University of British Columbia - Sauder School of Business - Post Graduate Certificate in Valuation
Appraisal Institute of Canada - AACI, P. App. designation

Memberships & Involvements

Appraisal Institute of Canada
International Council of Shopping Centres

Services

Skills

Financial Analysis, Investment Properties, Portfolios, Shopping Centres, Institutional Capital Markets

Service Lines

Property Appraisal & Tax Services

Property Type

Retail, Industrial, Office

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