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The Canadian Association of Personal Property Appraisers

THE CANADIAN ASSOCIATION OF PERSONAL PROPERTY APPRAISERS
Operating as Canadian Professional Appraisers (CPA)

CPA is a non-profit organization that was founded in 1989 and granted a federal charter by the Canadian Department of Consumers & Corporate Affairs.

The association has members across Canada who are governed by a strict Code of Ethics and By Laws.

Our members are highly qualified with extensive knowledge, experience and have the utmost integrity and competence to provide you with a verbal or formal written appraisal.

CPA has several levels of qualified appraisers depending on their experience and the approval of the Board of Directors.
Associates have 3 years of experience in their field of expertise.
Ordinary Members have 5 years of experience in their field of expertise.
Accredited Members have 8 years of experience in their field of expertise.
Honorary and Life Members.

CPA does not give courses on how to become an appraiser. Candidates must already be professional appraisers with experience and knowledge in their field when applying for a CPA membership.

On the right of this page you can search for an appraiser by location in Canada and/or area of interest.

You can also search for an appraiser by clicking on the button at the top of this page “Find An Appraiser”

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CPA News

Winning Bid Turns Into Major Fumble

In football, it’s all about making the big catch. But, this was one football that should have been dropped.In a January 23 rd Divisional Playoff game between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Los Angeles Rams, legendary Buc’s quarterback, Tom Brady, threw a late touchdown to receiver Mike Evans. As is his tradition, Evans threw the ball…

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Welcome to the CPA! by John A. Libby

In 1989 three professional appraisers from the East coast decided that Canada needed its own appraisal association. They set out to obtain a charter for the Canadian Association of Personal Property Appraisers and established the By Laws and Code of Ethics for this group.

Read More Welcome to the CPA! by John A. Libby

Become a Member of CPA

We welcome new members and would like to hear from you if you are considering joining CAPPA.