• Time to up your cash flow by Paul Kondakos,

    The point of purchasing an investment property is to make money. Ergo the term "investment" property. However, all too often I see seasoned real estate investors making the same mistake or at the very least, overlooking a simple accounting maneuver that can help them get thousands of dollars more on the sale of their investment property.

  • BoC hints at rate hike by Vernon Clement Jones

    The Bank of Canada announced Wednesday it will maintain its overnight rate at 1 per cent, although hinting at the future withdrawal of that stimulus.

  • Ottawa commercial sales skyrocket by Mark David

    Commercial real estate sales in Ottawa are on the rise, up by 155% over last year, according to recently released figures from CBRE Group Inc.

  • Calgary market swings to sellers, investors by Mark David

    Recent changes to resale market conditions in Calgary suggest sellers are increasingly in the driver’s seat.

  • Prices climb despite slower market by Mark David

    Despite a cooling real estate market, the average home price in Canada reached a record high in July.

  • 7 deadly sins of property investment by

    Would-be buyers are often scared by hellish income property stories. But if you want to stay out of property purgatory, writes investment expert Paul Kondakos, avoid the following 7 Deadly Sins of income investing:

  • Expert: Who's managing your property manager? by

    Successfully navigating the acquisition of an investment property is a huge achievement - but the hard work doesn’t stop there.

  • Investment flops of the stars by Jemima Codrington

    Celebrities may be able to afford the most extravagant, expensive properties on the planet, but there’s more to a successful real estate investment than its million-dollar price tag. Yes, even Hollywood’s finest fall subject to the ebbs and flows of the real estate market.

  • Realtors fight to maintain MLS status quo by Vernon Clement Jones

    It’s may be the Realtor version of a Hail Mary pass, but the Toronto Real Estate Board has now filed a constitutional challenge alleging its nemesis -- the Competition Bureau -- has no business opening up the MLS system.

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