Falling loonie and rising U.S. home prices not necessarily bad news for Canadian property investors
New research is turning the biggest stereotype about renters on its ear by identifying a trend that’s set to grow the bottom line for landlords
One region’s fall from grace and another’s rise in property prices have dramatically changed the 2016 list of Canada’s top neighbourhoods.
For landlords, worries about bounced rent cheques or major repairs pale in comparison to provincial or criminal offences. Lawyer Matt Maurer arms landlords with the knowledge they need to protect themselves against these types of charges.
Property experty Dustin Graham outlines the top variables to consider when evaluating potential properties
Each city planning decision has a profound impact on how cities are shaped, says Julius Tang, and how real estate values are influenced.
The time and effort it takes to build up a real estate portfolio can test your will, but when you stick with it, the benefits are worthwhile.
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