Greg Hunt is a Candidate Member with the AIC and holds a Diploma in Urban Land Economics from the University of British Columbia. Greg graduated from Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia with a Bachelor of Community Design before attending the Centre of Geographic Sciences (COGS) in Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia, where he obtained an Advanced Diploma in GIS with a concentration in GIS for Business.
Greg has 5 years of Commercial Real Estate Valuation and Advisory experience working on real estate appraisals of small commercial, special purpose, industrial, and unimproved land with a focus on land valuation, expropriation & right of way assignments. Utilizing his GIS background, Greg performs spatial data analysis and visual mapping providing support for valuation, highest and best use analyses, and site acquisition. Greg has experience performing land agent services to acquire easement rights and real property required for linear corridor projects as well as small to large scale utility projects and upgrades.
Greg has been a member in good standing of the International Right of Way Association (IRWA) for 4+ years and currently serves as Vice President and International Director of the Chapter 65 Executive Committee. Greg formerly held positions as Secretary and most recently Treasurer of the chapter.
- Candidate Member AIC
- Member of the Appraisal Institute of Canada (AIC)
- Member of the New Brunswick Association of Real Estate Appraisers (NBAREA)
- Member of the Nova Scotia Real Estate Appraisers Association (NSREAA)
- Member of the International Right of Way Association; Chapter 65 Vice President
- Appraisal Institute of Canada AACI Program, University of British Columbia (In Progress)
- Diploma in Urban Land Economics, University of British Columbia
- Advanced Diploma in GIS, Centre of Geographic Sciences
- Bachelor of Community Design, Dalhousie University
- Emera Newfoundland & Labrador
- NSP Maritime Link Inc.
- Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources
- Nova Scotia Department of Transportation & Infrastructure Renewal
- Nature Conservancy of Canada
- First Nations