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Our Business Philosophy
The objective of our business is to bring accuracy and integrity to
all your real estate decisions by providing expertise that you can rely
on. Our services can be customized to meet your specific needs,
and we invite you to call us. Often a problem is not as complex as
it seems when you have the opportunity to discuss it with an expert.
We hope you enjoy visiting our web site and using our services. We
take pride in offering you a unique and comprehensive real property
decision-making service in Northeast British Columbia, and welcome
queries by e-mail or telephone.
Call Elvin or Anne at 250-782-1088
We will return your call within 24 hours
or e-mail us at email@example.com
Who we are.....
We are a small, family-owned real estate consulting business. Each
of us offers you over 30 years' experience in land use decision
Elvin Gowman offers expertise gained in the BC
Government as a land inspector for Ministry of Crown Lands, a Regional
Property Agent for Ministry of Highways, and a land use specialist
at the management level for Highways Aboriginal Affairs, and Ministry
of Crown Lands Commercial Recreation. He has a comprehensive knowledge of the land use decision
making process, as well as a strong interest in First Nations Issues
and their impact on land use. His formal education includes a Diploma
in Real Estate Appraisal, university level courses in First Nations
Studies, as well as management and technical training. He is
intimately familiar with the geography of the Peace River and Northern
Elvin offers research, due diligence investigation, negotiation,
public presentation and stakeholder consultation skills.
Taking the road less travelled to bring accuracy and integrity to your
real estate decisions.
Our Company - Aspen Grove Property Services
Anne Clayton brings 20 years' experience in property tax assessment,
from working at BC Assessment at the field, supervisory and management
level. She was Manager of the Peace River Office from 1997
to 2007, and her areas of expertise include specialization
in oil and gas and farm assessment. As well, Anne acquired varied
real estate expertise including sales, private practice appraisal,
right of way negotiation for Ministry of Highways, and project
management gained as a housing and community facilities officer
for Indian and Northern Affairs Canada.
Anne holds post-secondary diplomas in appraisal and public sector
management. In 2006 she completed her MBA Applied Project
on the subject of industrial property taxation in northeast BC. She
offers research, negotiation, point-in-time appraisal, property
assessment review and appeal, due diligence investigation, negotiation
and public presentation services.