Investor Resources

  • How to become a property tycoon by Dalia Baroum & Enza Venuto

    How can you build a profitable portfolio safely and quickly in the current environment? Dalia Barsoum and Enza Venuto reveal their top tips and strategies.

  • Calgary commerical sector outperforms country by

    Calgary commercial real estate will continue to evolve into one of the strongest markets in 2012, according to a new forecast by Avison Young.

  • How Sask landlords are covering their assets by Shane Buckingham

    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.

  • The Marvel of Moncton by Rachel Naud

    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.

  • Top 7 reasons why lenders decline an application by Dalia Barsoum

    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.

  • Whitby: Upgrade to bigger and better by Editorial Team

    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.

  • Dealing with Ontario tenant problems by Barbara Krauss

      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.

  • TAX GUIDE 2012 -- Claiming property expenses by Joel Kranc

    The tax code for property investors can be tricky, and, as Joel Kranc explains, they've got to plan accordingly.

  • Eviction 101 in Alberta by Shane Buckingham

    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

  • Eviction 101 in Alberta by Shane Buckingham

    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

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