When buying or selling a home, it’s essential to understand the value of what you’re purchasing. One way to do this is through a Canadian residential appraisal.
CDC INC. offers Canada Residential Appraisals compliant with CUSPAP (Canadian Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice) and USPAP (Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice.) Our designations completing this work are AACI, CRA and DAR accredited members. CDC is a national provider of certified residential appraisals. We have a network of 55 appraisers across Canada who are ready to service all your residential appraisal needs. CDC has been in business since 1996 and has completed over 300,000 files. Our senior appraisers are certified by the Appraisal Institute of Canada. We are proud to offer an objective and professional appraisal service that you can trust.
Certified by the Appraisal Institute of Canada and Canadian National Association of Real Estate Appraisers.
Our residential appraisal services are comprehensive and cover all types of properties, from multi-million dollar homes to standard houses, acreages, hobby farms and rural and remote properties. We have particular expertise in appraising complicated and unique properties, as well as ultra-high value executive homes. We can undertake appraisals for any purpose, including litigation, matrimonial cases, foreclosures, purchase contracts, estate settlements and relocation appraisals. Our team of experienced appraisers will work with you to ensure that you get the accurate and objective valuation you need.
CDC inc is a real estate appraisal firm that has been in business for over ten years. We appraise single-family homes, condominiums, townhouses, and investment properties across Canada. We are a truly national company with a team of experienced appraisers dedicated to providing the highest level of service. We use the latest technology to complete our appraisals, market rent files and desktops quickly and accurately. As a result, our turnaround times are within or above industry standards. We are committed to providing our clients with the best possible service and accurate Residential Appraisals.
We look forward to doing business with you.
We Are Proud to Offer Our Services to All of Canada
Our team consists of skilled and knowledgeable appraisers who are prepared to provide you with the information you need. We recognize the importance of accurate appraisals for Canadian residential properties, and we are dedicated to delivering excellent service to you. We look forward to working with you and providing you the facts you need to make informed choices.
Our Canadian residential appraisal services expand coast-to-coast including Edmonton, Calgary, Ottawa, Winnipeg, Toronto, Saskatchewan or any city located in Canada..
Why do I need a residential appraisal?
A residential appraisal is a professional assessment of the value of a residential property, typically conducted by a licensed or certified appraiser. It provides an unbiased estimate of a property’s worth, considering various factors that influence its value. Residential appraisals are commonly required for buying or selling a home, refinancing a mortgage, obtaining a home equity loan, settling estates, determining property tax assessments, and for various legal and financial purposes.
What factors affect the value of a residential property?
Several factors influence the value of a residential property, including its location, size, condition, age, features, recent sales of comparable properties (comps), local market trends, and any improvements or renovations.
How long does a residential appraisal process typically take?
The duration of a residential appraisal varies depending on factors like the property’s complexity, location, and the appraiser’s workload. Generally, it takes a few days to complete, but it can take longer for unique or large properties.
How often should I get a residential appraisal?
Residential appraisals are typically conducted when needed for specific transactions or purposes, such as buying, selling, refinancing, or tax assessment. There is no set schedule for routine appraisals unless required by local regulations or lenders.
What happens if the appraisal value is lower than expected in a home purchase or refinance?
A lower-than-expected appraisal value can impact the financing of a home purchase or refinance. You may need to negotiate with the seller or make a larger down payment to meet the lender’s loan-to-value requirements.
Remember that residential appraisals are essential for ensuring fair and accurate property valuations in various real estate transactions and financial situations. At CDC INC., our qualified appraiser know that it is crucial to obtaining an unbiased and reliable assessment of your property’s value. For any residential appraisal inquiry, please contact us or give us a call at 1-866-479-7922.