Associate Director | Rural Valuation
Jack has a strong rural background growing up in North Canterbury where he developed a range of skills which have aided him in his valuation career.
Jack started working for the company in 2015 after graduating from Lincoln University, where he worked alongside our senior valuers gaining valuable experience. During this period Jack was involved in undertaking corporate dairy farm portfolio valuations for financial reporting, planning and potential acquisition purposes throughout Canterbury and the Waikato, as well as assisting in high country station tenure reviews.
In 2018 Jack completed his registration before taking time off to follow a professional rugby career in Russia. After returning in late 2019, Jack returned to the Rural Valuation profession.
At the start of 2021 Jack relocated to our Blenheim office where he is now working alongside Tim Gifford. Since moving to Blenheim, Jack has been involved in a number of large scale
vineyard valuations for finance and rental purposes as well as continuing to work within the dairy and pastoral sectors.
In addition to Jack’s valuation work he is also a high-power user of all sorts of applications helping to create efficiencies within the Company by developing our modelling and database tools.
Bachelor of Commerce (Valuation & Property Management) - Lincoln University
Memberships & Involvements
Member of the Property Institute of New Zealand
Member of the New Zealand Institute of Valuers
New Zealand Institute of Primary Industry Management
Director | Rural Valuation
Tim has 13 years property valuation experience and is based in our Blenheim office. Prior to joining CAPI in 2006 he worked as a valuer for Quotable Value based in Christchurch..
Since 2006, Tim’s client work has included viticulture, high country tenure review and rental valuations, pastoral valuations, lifestyle, specialised asset valuations and compensation for various infrastructure projects nationwide.
Tim’s viticulture experience includes the valuation of vineyards for financing, sale & purchase and rent setting purposes for a number of clients including Pernod Ricard, Indevin, Wither Hills, Cloudy Bay, Allan Scott Wines, Treasury Wine Estates, plus a number of others. Tim is also frequently engaged to provide valuation advice to most of the major banks. Having grown up and lived most of his life in Marlborough, Tim has in depth local knowledge of the region.
Tim has extensive experience in valuing large pastoral and high country properties throughout the South Island, either on behalf of Linz for tenure review or rent review purposes or for corporate and private landowners. Properties valued include Muller Station, Mt White, Mt Albert, Mt Creighton, Godley Peaks, Hossack, Glen Wye, Glenhope, Forest Range plus many more. Tim is designated as an assessor under Section 23P Crown Pastoral Land Act 1998 to provide rental assessments on Crown Pastoral Lease properties.
Compensation is another key area of expertise and Tim has provided property advice on a number of projects nationwide including Transpowers 400kV transmission line build through the Waikato, Central Plains irrigation scheme through Canterbury, land acquisitions for roading on behalf of the New Zealand Transport Agency as well as new transmission line easement assessments for various network operators throughout New Zealand.
Tim offers our clients excellent technical skills and market knowledge, together with a sound appreciation of both private and public sector imperatives. He plays a key role in our viticulture, pastoral and compensation valuation teams.