Valuations
& Appraisals

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Management

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VALUATIONS AND APPRAISALS

Serecon's Valuation and Appraisal team have extensive experience in providing objective opinions of value for real property assets and business operations. We provide various services that are designed around our clients needs that involves thorough research, in-depth analysis, and supported conclusions. 

Our appraisals cover all types of agricultural or rural properties such as:

  • Farmland: cropland, pasture, ranch, irrigated, etc.
  • Agri-business: poultry, dairy, beef, hog, etc.
  • Country residential: vacant, bungalow, ranch, etc. 
  • Recreational: riverfront, lakefront, vacation, etc.
  • Future development: urban fringe, holding, etc.
  • Industrial: grain terminal, abattoir, greenhouse, etc.

 Our appraisals are required for many types of needs such as:

  • Financial: mortgages, collateral, refinancing, bankruptcy
  • Tax purposes: capital gains, family, Valuation Day
  • Expropriation: compensation, damages
  • Surface rights issues: compensation, damages
  • Conservation easements: environment, agricultural
  • Litigation support & expert witness: legal proceedings, arbitration, hearings
  • Dispute resolution: third-party, unbiased opinions
  • Buying, selling, leasing decisions: price determination
  • Transferring ownership: succession, spousal transfer
  • Accounting requirements: investment reporting
  • First Nations land claims: asset valuation

Our staff and network of appraisers and valuators provide opinion of value on land and other assets throughout Canada with a focus in BC, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba. 

Our consultants have all obtained professional certifications in the appraisal and/or business valuation area and are in good standing within their respective professional certifying organizations.

See a description of our sub-services in the information boxes below.

Sub Services

Benchmark Studies
Business Valuations
Desktop Appraisals
Full Narrative Appraisals
Investment Due Diligence
Land Use Compensation Analysis
Land Use Impact Studies
Land Value Trend Analysis

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The latest Farmland Value Trend Newsletter has now been released, summarizing the agricultural real estate trend in Alberta and Saskatchewan for 2017. In an effort to provide an analysis that reflects variances across the province, we have again included regional analyses. For complete details, please download the 2017 Farmland Value Trend Newsletter or…