Adam G. Dickinson, BBA, AACI
Adam Dickinson joined de Stecher Appraisals in 2005 during a University of New Brunswick co-op work term. Adam graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in 2006. After 3 years of additional part-time coursework, in 2009, Adam was granted the Post-Graduate Certificate in Real Property Valuation from the University of British Columbia. With his education and appraisal industry experience, Adam received his AACI designation in 2009.
Adam has worked on appraisal and consulting assignments relating to income, investment and institutional properties including apartment buildings, warehouses, land, subdivision developments and a variety of historic properties and community churches. Adam is also experienced in loss-of-use analysis, expropriation and insurance appraisals. Adam has been an expert witness for an arbitration under NB Public Works Act related to loss-in-value for multiple properties, and has presented evidence to the New Brunswick Assessment and Planning Appeal Board.
When an assignment calls for it, Adam gladly snowshoes, hikes or kayaks to appraise rugged and remote terrain for clients. Adam continues to develop GIS skills that help illustrate properties to provide more information and clarity for clients. Outside of the office Adam has been a long-time volunteer for affordable housing and community development related organizations.
VOLUNTEER in Appraisal Industry
Adam has served on the Board of Directors of the Appraisal Institute of Canada since June 2017, and is the chair of the AIC's Advocacy Committee. Adam has served on the Board of Directors of the New Brunswick Association of Real Estate Appraisers (NBAREA) since 2009. He served as President during the 2014-2015 board term. Adam has presented about the role of appraisers in the affordable housing sector at multiple conferences, including the Canadian Housing and Renewal Association Congress (2017) and the AIC/AI International Valuation Conference (2017).