Ryan Talks Tax Podcast | Episode 15 | British Columbia Valuation and Property Tax Update

Ryan Talks Tax Podcast | Episode 15

The Ryan Talks Tax Podcast is designed to keep you up to date on the latest developments in Canadian tax and government funding initiatives.  Listen to our experts discuss emerging issues, significant legislative changes, and recent government announcements.

In Episode 15, we talk with Sandra Cawley and Paul Sullivan, who share their expertise on valuation and property taxes.  Our guests review the current economic outlook for British Columbia, as well as the rest of Canada, and offer insight on the markets for commercial, residential, and industrial space.

From inflation to interest rates to immigration, Sandra and Paul shed light on the various economic factors behind Canada’s housing crisis and provide sharp commentary on the provincial government’s response to the situation.

Our guests also discuss the potential downside of implementing a provincial home equity tax, provide practical advice on British Columbia property tax appeals, and dispel a few common misconceptions about the relationship between market value and property tax assessments. 


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Sandra Cawley
Principal and Regional Leader, Valuation

Paul Sullivan
Principal and Regional Leader, Property Tax

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