A-Teck Appraisals’ staff offers a wide range of real estate appraisal and consulting services for commercial, industrial, and residential properties throughout Northern British Columbia.
Shelagh is a member in good standing with the Appraisal Institute of Canada and obtained her AACI Designation in 2007. Shelagh started her career with the public sector in 1990 in Vancouver, transferring to Kelowna in 1993, and finally to Prince George in 1998. During this time, Shelagh gained experience valuing residential, farm, development land, commercial, industrial, mobile home parks, strata, and multi-family properties. Shelagh has considerable experience with the Property Assessment Review Panel and the Property Assessment Appeal Board. In 2012, Shelagh left the public sector to pursue a career as a fee appraiser and shortly after joined forces with her business partner, Trevor Wallace, AACI P. App, and founded A-Teck Appraisals. Shelagh has over 25 years of experience and has considerable experience with commercial property valuation in Northern BC. In addition to appraising commercial properties she specializes in expropriation and complex insurance appraisals.
Shelagh is an avid equestrian and spends her spare time working on her ranch, which includes 20 horses. Shelagh breeds, trains, and competes her horses in reining and occasionally team penning and sorting. Shelagh also enjoys pack trips into the mountains with her horses, combining her love of horses with the rugged outdoors.
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Trevor is a member in good standing with the Appraisal Institute of Canada, and has over 26 years of appraisal experience. Trevor began his appraisal career in the public sector in 1990 working in the Dawson Creek, and building appraisal experience in the Peace River region; in the mid-90s, Trevor transferred to Quesnel and acquired additional experience in the Cariboo region. Trevor obtains his AACI designation in 2000. In 2006, he moved to Prince George, taking a position as a private fee appraiser. In 2013, Trevor founded A-Teck Appraisals with his business partner, Shelagh Stadel, AACI P. App. Trevor has experience valuing residential, industrial, commercial, development land, hotel/motel, golf courses, and multi-family properties. Trevor is also recognized as an expert witness at the Property Assessment Review Panel, Property Assessment Appeal Board, and British Columbia Supreme Court.
Trevor enjoys travelling, golfing, curling and enjoying the back country on his snowmobile and ATV in his spare time.
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Alex is a candidate member with the Appraisal Institute of Canada, and is in the process of obtaining his AACI designation. He grew up in Montreal, and earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing from Concordia University. Alex worked for BC Assessment for one year as a residential appraiser who covered Chetwynd, Dawson Creek, Fort St. John, Mackenzie, Prince George, and Vanderhoof. As the newest member of A-Teck Appraisals, he focuses on residential and commercial properties.
In his spare time, Alex is an avid traveller. He spent over 18 months backpacking through Southeast Asia and Australia on a working holiday visa. Alex comes from a large family, which includes six siblings, who he stays in close contact with, partly to support the family business, Ninette’s Ice Cream, featured on Dragon’s Den Canada.
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Brian joined A-Teck Appraisals in July 2014 as a candidate appraiser; since then, he has appraised a wide variety of residential properties, including single-family dwellings, waterfront properties, vacant land, and rural acreages throughout Prince George and the surrounding area. In 2005, he enrolled at Thompson Rivers University, graduating with a Bachelor of Commerce in 2009 (having majored in marketing and international business). While attending university, Brian began his appraisal career as a Property Information Collector with BC Assessment. Since then, he gained appraisal experience working in Red Deer and Calgary, Alberta, before returning to Prince George.
Brian is currently completing his Post Graduate Certificate of Valuation through UBC’s Real Estate Division, and is in the process of obtaining his designation through the Appraisal Institute of Canada.
In his spare time, Brian enjoys the Central Interior’s abundance of outdoor activities. . As an avid skier, he has been a member of the Canadian Ski Patrol for 21 years, and is a certified CSIA Level 2 Ski Instructor and a CSCF Level 1 Coach. In the summer, Brian hikes and camps.
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Hana’s background is in data research, statistics, report development, and project management, with several years of experience in the field of independent data collection and navigation. She joined A-Teck Appraisals in July 2015 as an office supervisor. Her work at A-Teck has involved drafting reports, analyzing data, controlling quality, and proofreading various residential and commercial projects.
Hana is enrolled in the Appraisal Institute of Canada’s Certificate in Residential Valuation (AICCRV) Programme at UBC’s Sauder School of Business, and plans to obtain her AACI designation. Before this, she attended the University of Victoria, graduating with a Bachelor’s Degree in Science, majoring in Biology. Her work experience includes a research internship at the Ministry of Forests in the field of range and invasive plant management.
Hana has been living in Prince George since 2011. She enjoys the outdoors lifestyle with her husband and daughter by hiking, camping, birding, and fishing. She is also an avid gardener, beginning with starting seeds and continuing through to greenhousing and field crops.
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Mark lives in Smithers. He joined A-Teck Appraisals in May 2015 as a candidate appraiser and the operator of A-Teck’s Smithers office. He is currently enrolled in the Appraisal Institute of Canada’s Certificate in Residential Valuation (AICCRV) Programme at UBC’s Sauder School of Business, and is in the process of obtaining his AACI designation. Before this, Mark attended Bishop’s University, in Lennoxville, Quebec, where he graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Economy in 1998. During the past 12 years, he has worked for School District 50 and the Northern Health Authority in the fields of residential and commercial construction, and building operation and maintenance. This experience has given Mark a strong overall understanding of buildings and the systems that allow them to function. As a residential appraiser, he has applied this knowledge and understanding to research, observe, and analyze various influences on the real estate market.
Working for A-Teck, Mark has appraised a wide variety of residential properties, including single-family dwellings, waterfront properties, vacant land, and rural acreages throughout the central eastern part of Northern BC, which includes the communities of Burns Lake, Dease Lake, Hazelton, Houston, Kitimat, Prince Rupert, Smithers, Stewart, and Telkwa.
In his free time, Mark busies himself with his family, enjoying every minute of raising his two beautiful daughters. He and his wife moved to Smithers in 2005, and they take every opportunity to enjoy the area’s endless outdoor recreational opportunities, from hockey and skiing in the winter to camping and fishing in the summer.
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Nic is currently a candidate appraiser in the process of obtaining his AACI designation, taking the required courses from UBC. Before this, he attended the University of Northern British Columbia, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce (majoring in Finance) and International Business. Since joining A-Teck, Nic has appraised a wide variety of residential properties, including single-family dwellings, waterfront properties, vacant land, and rural acreages throughout Prince George and the surrounding area.
Nic grew up in Fraser Lake, moving to Prince George in Grade 11 to play hockey with the Cariboo Cougars; he played with the Spruce Kings for three years following high school. In his free time, he plays golf and hockey, and goes fishing, camping, and hunting with friends and family.
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Jeremy joined A-Teck Appraisals in October 2015. Since then, he has conducted background research on various northern communities and property types; inputted field data into residential, commercial, industrial, and insurance appraisals; proofread appraisal reports; and organized data. Jeremy graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in English Literature in 2003 and a Master’s Degree in International Studies in 2014, both from the University of Northern British Columbia.
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