Our evaluation process in 3 steps
Determine the purpose of the evaluation
- Mortgage financing
- Division of property (succession, divorce)
- Calculation for insurances
- Capital gain / taxes
- Feasibility study
Gathering information to write the evaluation report
- Municipal tax bill
- School tax bill
- Certificate of location
- List of work completed
- List of leases (if income-generating property)
You don’t have any of those documents? We can help you obtain them.
Visiting the property concerned
- Complete indoor and outdoor inspection
- Taking pictures
- Taking measurements
- Qualitative and quantitative report of elements
Are you considering renovations?
During the visit, our appraisers will discuss the added value that they may bring or not bring.
Transmitting the report and explanations
The certified real estate appraiser’s job consists of researching data on the comparable sales market and other data to determine the value according to recognized evaluation methods applicable, such as:
- Cost method
- Comparison method (market)
- Income method (if applicable)
You will receive the evaluation report by e-mail and regular mail. The appraiser will then explain the conclusions of the report and the evaluation process, which may lead to various conclusions. You can then ask all your questions.
Do you own prestigious property?
Over the last few years, the LPCA Group has acquired specific expertise in this field. Many holders of property valued from $5 million to $20 million placed their trust in us to do their evaluation report. We have been to areas such as Westmount, Senneville, Magog, Île Gagnon and Mont-Tremblant.
Contact us for your property.
We go everywhere : Montreal, Laval, Laurentians, Lanaudière, St-Jérôme, Mirabel, Lachute, Tremblant, Sainte-Agathe, Rosemère, Terrebonne, Ste-Adèle, Val-David, St-Eustache, Lorraine,
Repentigny, Mascouche, Boisbriand, etc.