A common question we constantly get asked is, what’s the difference between a real estate agent and a mortgage broker and what do they do? For new investors or first time property buyers who are new to the game, this is a very valid question to ask
Developing real estate of any magnitude is often an exercise in time and patience. The approvals, the permits, the planning; even the most patient investor can feel frustration
Most of us have heard that foreclosures, estate sales, motivated sellers, and nothing-down deals are always the most profitable ways for investors to make big money, right? Wrong
Thinking about taking the leap from residential to commercial investing? According to Leslie Quinsay of Coridian Capital, that leap is often a great way to diversify your holdings, but first there may be one or two misgivings standing in the way.
Should you jump at a chance to get into real estate investing with no-money down? It may seem like a no-brainer, but according to Leslie Quinsay of Coridian Capital, there`s one thing to consider before making that leap: Leverage v.s. cashflow.
A veteran real estate expert, Toronto lawyer and author Martin K.I. Rumack outlines the RRSP funding and tax benefits available to newbie buyers.
Did your application for financing get declined? Lending advisor Dalia Barsoum explains what you can and should now do.
Calgary commercial real estate will continue to evolve into one of the strongest markets in 2012, according to a new forecast by Avison Young.
What Saskatchewan landlords need to know to protect their assets may stretch as far as a prairie mile. Shame Buckingham rounds up a much briefer list of those must-haves for investors.
Not all lenders are created equal, says lending advisor Dalia Barsoum, although, as she explains, there are several common reasons why you may be declined for financing.
Property manager Barbara Krauss takes up the myriad issues between tenant and landlord that too often end in bickering and, ultimately, before the board. There is a way to avoid most, if not all of that argy-bargy, says the property expert.