Debbie Pieterse has been a fee appraiser since 2013, building on over 30 years of experience valuing property for the public sector.
She specializes in agricultural appraisals and rural properties, expropriations, real estate consulting, valuation and market analysis.
Debbie grew up on a cattle farm in the Ashern area, which started her lifelong interest in the agricultural industry. She attended the University of Manitoba and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture with an Animal Science major. After university, Debbie embarked on a long career with the Province of Manitoba, mainly with the Assessment Services Branch. Throughout her time at Assessment, she held the positions of Assessment Officer, District Supervisor (Dauphin) and Provincial Sales Manager. She valued properties throughout rural Manitoba, working in the Souris, Portage la Prairie, Dauphin and Brandon District Assessment Offices. She became an Accredited Assessor of Manitoba in 1994.
While employed with Crown Lands & Property Agency as a property appraiser from 2009-2013, she prepared valuations for expropriations, acquisitions and disposal of Crown Property throughout rural Manitoba.
Debbie participated in the Appraisal Institute of Canada Education Program through the University of British Columbia program and was awarded the Certificate in Real Property Assessment and Diploma of Urban Land Economics (Assessment Specialization) in 2012. She was the recipient of the 2012 BC Assessment Valuation Award from the University of British Columbia, with the highest standing in Foundations of Appraisal and Statistical and Computer Applications in Valuation.
She was awarded the AACI designation from the Appraisal Institute of Canada in 2015 and is active in the local Manitoba chapter of the AIC.
She is also a member of the International Right of Way Association, which is an international organization which provides education for professionals who acquire, manage and transfer the land rights needed for building and maintaining energy and transportation infrastructure. She is the local IRWA Chapter 66 (Winnipeg & Manitoba) president. She is working towards her Senior Right of Way Professional (SR/WA) designation.
She is also a Candidate member of the Reserve Fund Planning program for appraisers through UBC, working towards the Reserve Fund Planning Professional (RFPP) Designation.
Debbie provides all sorts of appraisal services, on all sorts of property, including commercial, industrial, agricultural, and development properties in rural Manitoba and Winnipeg. She has over thirty years of experience in real property valuation throughout Manitoba, as well as staff with agricultural backgrounds and formal education in agriculture from the University of Manitoba.
Debbie’s appraisal services include appraisals for financing, pre-listing and pre-sale appraisals, capital gains or V-Day appraisals, estate planning appraisals, divorce or litigation appraisals, tax appeal or expropriation purposes, and acquisition for treaty land entitlements. She also has experience in retroactive appraisals for a variety of purposes.
Replacement cost appraisals are required under the amended Condominium Act of Manitoba for condominium corporations, which she has experience preparing. As well, these appraisals may be useful for other commercial properties in ensuring sufficient insurance coverage.
Debbie has over 30 years experience in preparing and presenting information as an expert witness at numerous Boards of Revision, Municipal Boards, and Land Value Appraisal Commission (LVAC) hearings, as well assisting in litigation matters for disputes between shareholders or property owners. She has the knowledge and experience to represent your interest in these venues.
Debbie provides a wide array of consulting services such as highest and best use analysis, subdivision and development analysis, local market analysis, agricultural market value analysis, lease rate analysis, and other specialized consulting areas which serve her clients. Her proven ability to analyze data lends itself to specialized consulting assignment, based on the clients needs. Please contact her today to discuss your consulting needs.
Under the amended Condominium Act of Manitoba & its regulations, reserve fund studies are required for all condominium corporations in Manitoba by February 1, 2018. Debbie has undertaken many reserve studies for a variety of condominium corporations, and other properties such as large recreational properties and seniors housing properties which were not part of a condo corporation. All of my reserve fund studies meet the requirements of the Condominium Act & its regulations, as well as the Canadian Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (CUSPAP). Debbie Pieterse is an accredited member the Appraisal Institute of Canada (AACI, P.App) and is qualified to undertake reserve fund studies under the Condo Act. As well, Debbie is a candidate member of the Reserve Fund Planning Professional (RFPP) program for appraisers at the University of British Columbia. This course is specifically designed to teach appraisers how to accurately and thoroughly complete reserve fund studies.
An additional requirement of the Condo Act is the replacement cost appraisal for condominium corporations, which under the Act & and its regulations, is required to be an accredited appraiser. As this work overlaps somewhat, if she is engaged to do both the reserve fund and replacement appraisal at the same time, the she will offer a multi-product discount to her customers.
Member: Appraisal Institute of Canada
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