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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Columnist John Clark. BIZ There is no fear in Ford Nation

John Clark | Featured Column | 2018-07-19
The two or three people out there who didn’t think Doug Ford’s Ontario would be markedly different than that of...

Columnist John Clark. BIZ Interesting times call for investor diligence, not inaction

John Clark | Commercial | 2018-06-28
“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was...

Columnist John Clark. BIZ Real estate sidelined by e-commerce won’t stay dormant

John Clark | Commercial | 2018-06-12
Change is inevitable, in real estate as it is with any other segment of the economy. Some of those affected...

Columnist John Clark. BIZ Can affordable housing and rapid mass transit co-exist?

John Clark | Featured Column | 2018-05-22
Rapid mass transit is often regarded as the prescription for cities suffering from traffic congestion. A way for urbanites to...

A heritage building at 231 Cobourg St., in Ottawa is causing major headaches for city hall. The owners have applied to destroy the decrepit structure. BIZ Who bears the costs of crumbling heritage buildings?

John Clark | Featured Column | 2018-05-03
It isn’t much to look at – a two-storey brick rectangle like many that dot Ottawa and date from 1940s...

Columnist John Clark. BIZ Don’t let the failures spook us from new technology

John Clark | Featured Column | 2018-04-24
The media buzz these days about driverless vehicles gleefully fixates on the failures and the blood shed as much as...
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