We believe that our continued work and past experience in Northern Ontario communities and further afield, has allowed us to develop extensive working knowledge of their local and regional economies. The result: a thorough understanding of their effects on real property values. In addition, our focus allows us to monitor other market drivers influencing local and regional property values. At Boreal Appraisal Services, attention to community and relevant market drivers are the basis of our appraisal and consulting services.
Philippe Hébert, MBA, AACI, P. App.
Mr. Hébert is a Sudbury native and is fluent in French and English. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce Degree from the University of Guelph, a Master of Business Administration from Athabasca University and is a licensed Paralegal with the Law Society of Upper Canada. He acquired his AACI designation in real property valuation from the University of British Columbia.
His employment background includes management, management consulting, property insurance, employer advocacy, Provincial Government (WSIB), and real property valuation. During his professional tenure Mr. Hébert has worked extensively throughout Northern Ontario with various industry sectors including mining/quarrying, forest products, construction, transportation, manufacturing and the retail/wholesale trades.
Mr. Hébert has extensive appraisal and valuation services experience throughout Northern Ontario and has completed assignments for private individuals, corporations, Chartered Banks and related financial institutions, municipalities and provincial and federal government agencies. Comprehensive valuation reports and assignments have been prepared on both improved and unimproved properties, including recreational, multi-residential, institutional, commercial and industrial assets with current, prospective and retrospective values being considered.
Specialty projects include recreational and other income-producing properties such as hotels, resorts, golf courses, trailer parks, campgrounds, self-storage facilities, agricultural, First Nation Land Claims, aggregate producing properties, mining claims/leases and other related assets.
Mr. Hébert is an accredited Member of the Appraisal Institute of Canada and a past Chairman of the Appraisal Institute of Canada, Sudbury Chapter.
Calvin Colard, B.Sc. (Hons), CRA
Mr. Colard is a native of the Sudbury area and is fluent in French and English. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Applied Physics from Laurentian University and acquired his CRA designation in real property valuation from the University of British Columbia in 2010 and is currently working towards his AACI designation from the Appraisal Institute of Canada.
During his undergraduate studies, Calvin conducted several experiments at the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory, where he sharpened his skills for meticulous detail and observation. Since 2008, he has worked extensively throughout the City of Greater Sudbury and surrounding areas in completing a variety of appraisal assignments including single and multi-family dwellings, vacant residential lands, as well as commercial and industrial use properties.
Calvin has completed appraisal reports for the purposes of mortgage financing, estate valuation, litigation, power-of-sale, assessment appeals and employee relocations for individuals, private and public lenders, mortgage brokers and lawyers.
Mr. Colard is an accredited Member of the Appraisal Institute of Canada and a past Chairman of the Appraisal Institute of Canada, Sudbury/Sault Ste. Marie Chapter. Outside of work, Calvin is a proud father of three, a volunteer firefighter and enjoys working on construction projects as a hobby.
Dale Yungwirth, B. Comm. (Hons), AIC Candidate Member
Dale is a long-time resident of the City of Timmins and holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Guelph majoring in Management Economics in Industry and Finance. Since graduating in 2007, Dale’s work experience has primarily focused on finance, working various related positions in the public sector, including for the Corporation of the City of Timmins.
In 2012, Dale received his post graduate certificate in Real Estate Appraisal from the University of Guelph and is currently working towards his AACI designation from the Appraisal Institute of Canada. In his pursuit, Dale has been involved in numerous valuation assignments throughout Northern Ontario on both improved and unimproved properties, including multi-residential, institutional, commercial, industrial and natural resource based assets. Dale continues to broaden his scope of experience with new assignments and provides valuable assistance and insight during the valuation process.
Dale has also completed the Canadian Securities Course and the Conduct and Practices Handbook through the Canadian Securities Institute. This, combined with years of field-level summer employment with several mining exploration companies, compliments his interest in resource based investment properties, particularly those located in Northern Ontario communities.
Outside of his work in finance and real property valuation, Dale is actively involved in music, music promotion, and event planning throughout Northern Ontario.
Stephanie Elliott, AIC Candidate Member
Stephanie is a long-time resident of the City of Temiskaming Shores. In 2007, she obtained her Real Estate license through OREA Real Estate College and, for 9 years, worked as a Realtor assisting clients in the process of buying and selling their homes as quickly as possible and with minimal stress.
While working in the Real Estate field, Stephanie developed a particular interest in the valuation of properties. In 2012, she decided to pursue a career in Real Property Valuation and began working toward obtaining her Bachelor of Business Degree in Real Estate through the University of British Columbia. She is also currently working toward her AACI designation from the Appraisal Institute of Canada.
During the course of her career, Stephanie has been involved in many residential and commercial real estate transactions throughout the District of Timiskaming. Born and raised in the area, she is very familiar with market values and has completed numerous opinions of value for her clients in her role as a Real Estate professional. Stephanie looks forward to gaining further experience in the valuation of both improved and unimproved properties, including residential, multi-residential, agricultural, commercial, and industrial assets.
Stephanie is currently a Candidate Member of the Appraisal Institute of Canada. She is a wife and proud mother of a little boy. In her spare time, Stephanie takes pride in life’s simple pleasures: being with family and friends, traveling, exercising, reading and continuous learning.
Julianne Foisy, B.Sc., AIC Candidate Member
Julianne Foisy is a native of the Sudbury area and is fluent in both French and English. After acquiring a Bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Biology from Laurentian University in 2011, she continued on to receive a Real Estate Sales Representative license. Julianne sold homes for two years before deciding to narrow her focus to real property valuation. Completing the necessary courses through the University of British Columbia and mentorship program though the Appraisal Institute of Canada, she is nearing her ‘Canadian Residential Appraiser’ (CRA) accreditation.
Miss Foisy has completed appraisal reports for the purposes of mortgage financing, estate valuation, private and public lenders, mortgage brokers, etc. She has evaluated many different property uses such as vacant land, residential, rural, waterfront and multi-residential properties.
Julianne is a Candidate Member of the Appraisal Institute of Canada as well as a member of the Sudbury Real Estate Board. Outside of work, she is a mother of one and has a passion for helping others live healthy lifestyles.