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AIC National Conference-Gateways To Opportunity (Virtual)

AIC National Conference-Gateways To Opportunity (Virtual)
When
5/31/2023 7:00 AM - 6/3/2023 5:00 PM
Where
Virtual Conference Vancouver, BC

Program

   

Thursday, 01 June 2023

 
(SPEAKER: Zahra Al-Harazi) Award-Winning Entrepreneur | Purpose-Driven Leadership Expert Considered among Canada’s most successful entrepreneurs, Al-Harazi helps people and organizations realize their potential for success by finding their purpose. She draws on her experience as a pioneering woman in the business world with a unique approach to attitude, leadership, and success, as well as her experience as a refugee, immigrant, entrepreneur, and community builder.
Time
8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
8:00 AM

Apercu du marché commercial Speakers / Animateurs:  Scott Bowden, P.App., AACI - Colliers International Jonas Locke, P.App., AACI - Altus Group Limited Aaron Harlang, P.App., AACI - CBRE Limited
Time
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
10:00 AM

SPEAKERS/ANIMATEURS: Lyle Dunn  BA, P. App., AACI, Jeff Tisdale, CEO, Landcor Data Corporation
Time
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
12:30 PM

FULL TITLE: Client Perspectives: What are the recent challenges, current risks and future opportunities for Canadian Commercial Real Estate Valuation? (SPEAKERS: Dave Black, AACI, P.App, MRICS/Amedeo Prete, AACI, P.App, MRICS/Chris Tanner, AACI, P.App/Andrel Wisdom, AACI, P.Ap)) Dave Black, the leader of JLL's Valuation Advisory business in Canada, will host a panel discussion that provides a view on the current state of the commercial valuation profession from the perspective of AACI's at some of the largest owners in the country. The conversation will cover recent value trends and experiences (eg. COVID-19, rising interest rates, ESG, etc.) as well as challenges facing current fee appraisers, opinion into best practices, the future path of the profession, etc.
Time
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
12:30 PM

Titre:L’évaluation des places de stationnement et une affaire judiciaire réelle   (SPEAKER: Pat Woodlock, P.App., AACI) The presentation would be as follows: 1. Agenda -- lost parking stall values as they relate to litigation support. 2. Review of how to calculate the vlaue of a residential garage. 3. Example(s) of values of parking stalls new, in U/G developments. 4. Example of contributory value of 'lost' paring stalls in a retail investment property. 5. When to apply such analysis.
Time
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
12:30 PM

Katja Kim, Verity Claims (AIC Claims Management) This session considers the risks that come with changing markets and their impacts. Topics of discussions include: best practices, general claim prevention strategies and lessons learned from the past that apply to today’s appraiser to protect you in the future.
Time
2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
2:30 PM

SPEAKER: Hamidreza Etebarian, Offerland AND Grant Norling, Valcre Panel technologique – Diverses technologies pertinentes pour l’évaluation.
Time
2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
2:30 PM

Titre: Appels en matière d’évaluation – Expertise requise pour réussir (SPEAKER: Keith Maclean Talbot, Louis Poirier) The presentation and panel discussion will discuss the variety of strategies and industry relationships needed to be successful in the assessment appeal business (whether as an Assessor or Private Appraiser). The presentation format will involve a high-level look at the variety of assessment appeal processes across Canada and then drill down to the essential skills required to be successful in any assessment jurisdiction.
Time
2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
2:30 PM

Friday, 02 June 2023

 
Time
8:00 AM - 10:30 AM
8:00 AM

Titre: En "affaire" dans l’évaluation immobilière (SPEAKERS: Leigh Walker, AACI, P.App/Mike Laporte, AACI, P.App) Are you running the most efficient appraisal firm? Have you maximized your earning potential as an appraisal firm owner? Is your business ready for the future of our profession? Can your business handle shocks to the real estate market? How well would your firm run without you? Do you have a succession plan or exit strategy? Are you working ON or IN your business?  While these questions aren't crucial to appraising real estate, these questions are integral to being a successful appraisal firm owner. This informative and inspiring session will take a deep dive into all facets of running the most successful appraisal firm possible.
Time
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
11:00 AM

SPEAKERS/ANIMATEURS: Laurel Edwards (P. App., AACI) Renato Jadrijev (P. App., AACI) Andy Pham BBA (P. App., AACI) Stephanie Lun (P. App., AACI) A panel discussion with 4 individuals with AACI designations who have chosen roles outside of typical fee appraiser. This panel will highlight all the ways a AACI can be valuable in a career path, beyond the typical route.
Time
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
11:00 AM

Titre: Tendances et considérations relatives à la valeur des exploitations agricoles (SPEAKERS: Kim Passmore, AACI, P.App/Brandon Wilcox, AACI, P.App) This presentation & discussion will go over some things to consider when valuing farms, such as; location, site composition, soil, tiling, etc. as well as a variety of market trends from the beginning of the pandemic until present. Some examples of trends include; changes in the contributory value of building improvements, increase in intensified livestock operation transactions, changes with respect to prime farmland and economies of scale, etc.
Time
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
11:00 AM

Titre: Ce que les prêteurs recherchent dans les rapports d’évaluation   (SPEAKER: Andy Pham, P.App, AACI) This presentation is about what Lenders find the most useful in commercial property appraisal reports and why. It will provide a discussion of some good general practices that they have seen with regards to appraisal reports.
Time
1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
1:30 PM

Titre: Rôle de l’évaluateur dans la revendication territoriale particulière d’une Première Nation (SPEAKERS: Glen Earle, AACI, P.App/Dan Doucet,AACI, P.App,Fellow)
Time
1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
1:30 PM

Titre: Considérations des catastrophes naturelles lors d’une évaluation (SPEAKERS: John Glen, AACI, P.App/Louis Poirier, AACI, P.App) RECORD DAMAGES FROM NATURAL DISASTERS ATLANTIC CANADA FIONA 2022 BC FLOODS AND WILDFIRES 2021 CUSPAP REQUIRES CONSIDERATION OF DETRIMENTAL FACTORS RANDELL BELL INCLUDES NATURAL HAZARD IN HIS ANALYSIS OF DETRIMENTAL CONDITIONS APPRAISERS NEED TO CONSIDER RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH BOTH WEATHER RELATED AND GEOLOGICAL NATURAL HAZARDS SUGGESTIONS ON ADJUSTING THREE APPROACHES TO REFLECT NATURAL HAZARD RISK ISSUES ASSOCIATED WITH FLOOD INSURANCE OR LACK THEREOF CHANGES TO BUILDING CODES AND PLANNING REGULATIONS
Time
1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
1:30 PM

(SPEAKER: David Chalk) Technology Navigator | Artificial Intelligence & Cybersecurity Expert David Chalk is a Realistic Futurist with a 25-year history of accurately predicting the interaction of humans and machines. Awarded a Doctorate Degree in technology by the University of the Fraser Valley, Chalk presents what audiences need to know to succeed in business, technology and life. As an expert on technology and disruptive innovation, David has worked in Artificial Intelligence at the highest levels and can unconditionally confirm that humans will always triumph over machines and why.
Time
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
3:30 PM

Saturday, 03 June 2023

 
SPEAKERS: Dan Brewer, P.App., AACI, Fellow The volatile Canadian housing market has forced many to turn to additional sources of income to assist in purchasing their home or investment property. Mortgage financing has been and will continue to be affected by Bank of Canada interest rate increases. In response, Members are asked to provide Market Rents for secondary suites, but is it “legal” or does it contravene CUSPAP? AIC members continue to play a major role in safeguarding the real estate market by providing objective and independent opinions on value. Please join us for a session to discuss how to provide market rent reports based on CUSPAP and AIC guidance.
Time
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
8:30 AM

SPEAKERS: David Shum, P.App., AACI (Moderator), Andy Pham, P.App., AACI, Ena D’Altroy, Senior, Manager EDI, CPA Canada, Giselle Blackman, Diversity and Inclusion Leadership Council, Vancouver Board of Trade, Lesley MacDonald, Employee Engagement and HR Planning, BC Hydro EDI efforts and objectives have been implemented in small, medium and large organizations/associations across the country that have proven to be beneficial for a variety of reasons such as organizational growth and consumer serviceability. How have these organizations implemented EDI concepts programs, policies and initiatives, and what was the impact? Representatives from different organizations/associations will speak to their experiences, challenges and opportunities. Les efforts et les objectifs de l’EDI ont été mis en œuvre dans de petites, moyennes et grandes organisations/associations à travers le pays et se sont avérés bénéfiques pour diverses raisons telles que la croissance de l’organisation et la capacité de service aux consommateurs. Comment ces organisations ont-elles mis en œuvre les programmes, les politiques et les initiatives liés aux concepts de l’EDI, et quel en a été l’impact ? Des représentants de différentes organisations/associations parleront de leurs expériences, des défis et des opportunités.
Time
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
8:30 AM

Titre: Études sur les fonds de réserve : Diversifiez votre pratique (SPEAKERS: Terry Dowle, AACI, P.App/Jonathan Fenn, AACI, P.App) Why are appraisers well-suited to conduct Reserve Fund Studies? What's in it for me? What do I need to know? What tools are available to me? How can I gain experience? Who can I market for this work? Reserve Fund Studies are reports that recommend funding options for condos to maintain their common assets. These reports are required by several provincial acts and need updates as frequently as every three years. This seminar is a crash course for understanding your next steps to diversifying your practice with Reserve Fund Studies, suitable for novices, experts, and everyone in between.
Time
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
8:30 AM

(SPEAKER: Brian Gay, AACI, P.App) Through an interdisciplinary perspective, the session will present an understanding of governance. Interweaving the importance of having an equity, diversity and inclusion lens and culture, the session will provide a fundamental awareness of how governance can be measured and as such managed to provide effective decision making and management. This interactive session will draw from built environment examples and build on existing participant knowledge.
Time
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
10:30 AM

FULL TITLE: Capitalized Income: The Subtle Difference Between Business and Real Estate Valuation/Titre: Revenu capitalisé : La différence subtile entre l'évaluation des entreprises et des biens immobiliers  (SPEAKER: Alisa Zorina, P.App., AACI) The session will focus on the subtle but critical differences in approach taken by business valuation professionals vs real estate appraisers to capitalize income. Specifically, we will discuss normalizing adjustments performed in business valuation and contrast them to stabilizing adjustments in real estate appraisal. By focusing on the nuanced differences and highlighting the impact those differences have on final value, this session’s aim is to highlight how each professional arrives at business or real estate asset value.
Time
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
10:30 AM