Roger J. Wicker - Owner/President
DAC Certified Appraisal Reviewer CNAREA, RECA Licensed
Roger has been working in the appraisal industry for Darmac Appraisals since 1995. In 1997, Roger graduated with an Appraisal and Assessment Diploma with Distinction from Lakeland College. Within a few short years, in 2000, he became the owner of Darmac Appraisals. After obtaining his DAR and DAC license, he became a Certified Appraisal Reviewer in 2008. Throughout the years, Roger has acquired a vast amount of knowledge in all aspects of the Lloydminster and area real estate market and has become adept at analyzing market data.
Kimberly A. Noble
DAC CNAREA, RECA Licensed
Kim graduated with an Appraisal and Assessment Diploma from Lakeland College in 2004. She worked with Beaver County for two years in the Assessment and Taxation department where she gained knowledge on the Mass Appraisal of real estate.
Kim started appraising with an Edmonton company providing rural property and small town appraisals and moved to Lloydminster in 2006 to pursue her career with Darmac Appraisals. Kim became a Designated Residential Appraiser (DAR) in 2007 and completed the requirements for her Designated Appraiser Commercial (DAC) designation in 2011. Kim prefers to specialize in unique and complex properties. The majority of her time is spent doing large agricultural operations and commercial / industrial properties.
Tony A. Wicker
DAR CNAREA, RECA Licensed
Tony has been working with Darmac Appraisals since graduating high school in 2006. He has become very proficient in urban and rural real estate appraising and can provide high quality and accurate appraisals in a timely manner. Tony became a Designated Residential Appraiser (DAR) in 2015 and is currently working towards his Designated Appraisal Commercial (DAC).
Mike was the original founder and owner of Darmac Appraisals and has since retired to central Alberta where he resides with his wife. Mike continues to specialize in Machinery and Equipment appraisals and will travel to the Lloydminster area to do so.
DAC (Designated Appraiser Commercial)
This designation identifies an appraiser who is qualified to perform appraisal and consultation assignments of all types of real property including commercial, industrial, and investment. To attain this designation an individual must have the DAR designation, five years of full time appraisal experience, and complete the required Canadian National Association of Real Estate Appraisers educational program or its equivalent.
DAR (Designated Appraiser Residential)
This designation identifies an Appraiser who is qualified to perform appraisal and consultation assignments of residential type properties consisting of no more than four housing units. Requirements for this designation include three thousand hours of full time appraisal experience, over a minimum of two years, and the successful completion of the required Canadian National Association of Real Estate Appraisers educational program or its equivalent.
CM (Candidate Member)
This category is open to all fee appraisers who are interested in furthering their education and experience with the goal of earning a designation. Candidates must complete Course #5.0, Professional Standards of Practice, or its equivalent, within four (4) months of being accepted.