One of Nova Scotia’s best-kept secrets, Antigonish County is a smaller, affordable market with great potential and a low property tax rate to match
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
Rachel Naud explores this gem of a New Brunswick city, with so much to offer, before offering her own analysis on its potential for property 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.
Close enough for Toronto commuters, but far enough that residents can get a much different lifestyle, Whitby continues to present property investors an opportunity to get into the GTA market and make a profit.
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.
The tax code for property investors can be tricky, and, as Joel Kranc explains, they've got to plan accordingly.
Knowing what you can and cannot legally do as a landlord will likely save you time, money and a potential lawsuit. Shane Buckingham takes a look at the eviction process in Alberta
A demographic shift and a maturing market have renewed investor interest in student rental properties. Joel Kranc explores the ins and outs of seizing those opportunities, at the same time canvasses the gamut of expert opinion.
No matter your age, by applying the right strategies you can retire richer with real estate as your vehicle. Kit Kadlec explains how
Spryfield: The first instalment of the top 10 investment communities Shane Buckingham surveys in our December issue