John Clark

John Clark , Vice President , The Regional Group of Companies Inc

John Clark is Vice President with The Regional Group of Companies Inc. He has more than 33 years of experience in the real estate appraisal field, is a fully accredited member of the Appraisal Institute of Canada and has been with Regional since March 1988. His experience includes the appraisal of commercial and investment real estate, including limited use and non-market properties located in most Canadian jurisdictions. John has been an active member of the Appraisal Institute of Canada, and served as its National President for 2001-2002.

He also has appeared as an expert witness in court and assessment tribunal hearings, including the Assessment Review Board – Ontario, the Property Assessment Review Board – British Columbia, and the Dispute Advisory Panel (PILT) – Canada. Clients include national institutions (including crown corporations, transportation companies, municipalities, Public Works and Government Services Canada), private companies and individuals.

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John Clark BIZ Canada at the mercy of every twitch and grunt in 2017

John Clark | Featured Column | 2017-01-12
It’s time for cautious investors to tread carefully and even the most daring to check and recheck their facts before...

John Clark BIZ A new year christened by economic contradiction

John Clark | RENX Columnists | 2017-01-09
Prices in Vancouver’s housing market have jumped by 40 per cent this year. The price of a typical single-family home...

John Clark BIZ A railway boom for Ontario and Quebec is long overdue

John Clark | RENX Columnists | 2016-12-09
Shortly after the Liberal win in the last federal election, I wrote about how today’s infrastructure builds become tomorrow’s real...

John Clark BIZ We can’t afford to keep treating public infrastructure as a public asset

John Clark | Featured Column | 2016-11-30
The Liberals want to create an “infrastructure bank.” We won’t get the full details until the 2017 budget, but we...

John Clark BIZ The healing circle comes to Ontario’s Assessment Review Board

John Clark | Featured Column | 2016-11-06
It’s possible that the single largest source of conflict between taxpayers and government is assessment for property taxes. Challenging a...

John Clark BIZ Ontario’s vacancy rebate: Emergency rations for geese that lay golden eggs

John Clark | Featured Column | 2016-10-16
Last year, the City of Ottawa handed out more than $11 million in property tax rebates on vacant or partly...
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