Commercial Valuation: Saskatchewan’s Unique Legislation

Saskatchewan’s assessment system is unique in Canada and likely in all of North America.

Now six years old, it is a true mass appraisal system supported by strong legislation and tested at the highest level of appeal in the province. It is also a flexible system that permits the derivation of various adjustments using all three approaches to value. Read the IAAO conference paper that explains the legislated context of Saskatchewan’s unique assessment manual…

Spotlight on AAOM in Fair and Equitable (August 2014)

In August 2014, the AAOM was featured in the IAAO’s Fair and Equitable in the column, “Spotlight Manitoba: Association of Assessing Officers of Manitoba”.

As an IAAO affiliate, the AAOM’s aims and provincial context was introduced to an international audience.

Congratulations and thanks to this contribution by AAOM member Lloyd Funk, AAM. Lloyd is the ICI Valuation Coordinator for Assessment Services for the Province of Manitoba.

Featured Article by AAOM’s Greg Petzold in Fair and Equitable (November 2014)

The November 2014 issue of the IAAO’s “Fair and Equitable”, featured the article “Residental Assessed Values: The Variance File”.

Congratulations to the author, AAOM’s Greg Petzold, who describes a number of factors associated with the variance of assessed values.

Greg is a senior Assessor for the City of Winnipeg.