Greg Petzold (Assessor, City of Winnipeg) reviews the growth of condominium inventory in Winnipeg over the timespan of a decade.
Congratulations & Best Wishes to Tammie Manchur who retired from the City Assessment & Taxation Department on November 2nd. Tammie served on the Executive of the AAOM in various capacities for seven years.
What is the purpose of the City of Winnipeg’s Buildings Conservation List? Greg Petzold (Assessor, City of Winnipeg) reviews how buildings on the list are graded.
The AAOM aims for excellence in assessment practice by regulating the accreditation standards for the AAM designation, and by promoting continuous professional learning. Since our foundation in 1956, industry standards and professional practice requirements have evolved continuously, and require constant review. The Education Committee is currently reviewing the AAM accreditation and re-certification requirements to ensure their relevance and currency, in relation to both industry and interprovincial assessment standards. Your questions, comments and concerns are welcomed, and […]
We had a few inquiries about the smallest house in Winnipeg. No, Frodo Baggins does not live here. Due to privacy restrictions, the address of this Elmwood home cannot be revealed. However, we can tell you it dates to the mid-1930s with only a surface foundation. With no garage and only a 20 foot lot, its 2012 assessment is 46,400. The last recorded sale was in 2004 for the sum of $26,000. And, if you […]