Where we work

Wellington County

Centre Wellington, Guelph, Eramosa, Puslinch, and more — Ontario’s most beautiful scenery.

Covering the Towns of Erin and Minto, and Townships of Wellington North, Mapleton, Centre Wellington, Guelph/Eramosa and Puslinch

Wellington County is bordered by Hamilton to the south, Peel County to the east, Dufferin to the north, and North Perth and Waterloo to the west. The County of Wellington is located in south-western Ontario just over 100 kilometres west of Toronto along Highway 401.

The County is predominantly rural in nature. However, many of the residents in the southern part of the County commute to urban areas such as Guelph, Kitchener, Waterloo, Brampton, Mississauga, Toronto and Hamilton for employment. The northern part of the county (comprising Minto, Mapleton and Wellington North townships) is made up of mainly rural farming communities, except for a few larger towns such as Mount Forest and Arthur. The City of Guelph, although part of the Wellington census division, is a single-tier city, municipally independent of the County. The primary economy outside of the city consists of agriculture and aggregate mining. The County is a major supplier of sand and gravel for the western part of the Greater Toronto Area. In October 2008, the County of Wellington was named one of Canada's Top 100 Employers by Mediacorp Canada Inc. and featured in Maclean's newsmagazine.

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Our Services

We provide market value opinions, for use in a variety of situations. From mortgage financing to complex corporate restructurings, you can depend on our work.

  • Division of assets related to marriage or division of a corporate entity

    If going through a separation, proper appraisals are important in determining the division of assets.

  • Market Value Opinions

    Whether for financing, or determining a reasonable offer price, an appraisal report is an important tool in the buying process.

  • Partial Takings

    Partial takings allow the government to expropriate the parts of an asset it needs, leaving the owner the remainder. Partial takings present unique valuation scenarios and require our expertise for accurate compensation.

  • Negotiations

    When Real Estate Value is the central point of discussion, a report can aid in that process.

  • Assessment Appeals

    The Municipal Property Assessment Corporation determines your assessed value. When disputing this figure, our expertise can aid the process.

  • V-Day Valuations

    For aid in determining Capital Gains when an asset has been retained prior to December 31, 1971.

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