Rivington Appraisers does assessments for any real estate properties, including vacant land. We have extensive experience with rural and waterfront properties.
We have appraisers throughout Lanark County, Renfrew, Frontenac and Leeds counties. We also serve clients in some outlying Ottawa communities such as Nepean, Manotick, Osgoode, Stittsville, Richmond, Kanata, Kemptville, Winchester, Spencerville, Merrickville and Surrounding Areas.
Our appraisers live where they work, so you can be assured that your assessment will be fair and accurate. Our appraisals give buyers and lenders reassurance on the value of their investment.
We work with all the large lenders, mortgage brokers and a range of trust companies to provide sound, unbiased assessments that are often needed when buying a new home or property.
Estate appraisal are sometimes needed when transferring someone’s estate to another person. If you are doing any estate planning or settling, we are able to provide valuation appraisals in the level of detail you need. We work seamlessly with lawyers and accounting firms to make sure all questions are answered.
Division of Assets
When there is a divorce or separation, both parties need to have a formal valuation of any real estate holdings — this includes home, cottage, or even vacant land. We are able to provide assessments in these cases that can be used in a court of law if need be.
Appraisals for Taxation Purposes
Appraisals on properties are commonly needed for tax purposes since the introduction of capital gains tax in 1972. Rivington Appraisers have archives that go back to the 1960s so they are able to serve not just Canadian residents in establishing market values for taxation purposes but also American citizens as well. Rivington Appraisers is well versed in the criteria that needs to be followed in both countries.