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  • High Profits in Hinton by Grainne Burns

    Located in Yellowhead County, Hinton is not an obvious investment choice with a population of less than 10,000, but the area is ready to reap the benefits of a proposed $1.5-billion thermal coal mine.

  • Condo cash in Winnipeg by Grainne Burns

    With Winnipeg’s downtown core undergoing redevelopment, investors have been flocking to Manitoba’s capital to snap up many of the new condo units that have popped up in the locality.

  • Top 5 retirement destinations in Canada by Elli Davis

    Deciding on the perfect place to retire can be difficult, as there are many elements to consider such as the housing market, the climate, and healthcare. Elli Davis from Royal Le Page Real Estate Services in Toronto outlines her Top 5 retirement destinations.

  • Top tips for first-time buyers by Simon Milberry

    Buyers have to be ready to jump into the market when the right opportunity presents itself. Not being prepared could cost you greatly. Simon Milberry, sales representative with RE/MAX Hallmark Realty Ltd. in Toronto, offers his top five tips for first-time buyers.

  • Think 'six' for an investor sweet spot by

    New investors are always looking for the best place to start, and invariably, writes industry vet Paul Kondakos, the six-plex comes into view.

  • MCAP promotes brokers to consumers by Nestor Arellano

  • Fracking: Buyer beware by Leigh Doyle

    Cashing in on fracking and gas drilling may seem like a good real estate idea at first but the long-term implications for you and your property can be quite the opposite.

  • 10 ways to deal with negative cash flow by Gord Lemon

    Gord Lemon reveals practical strategies to consider when your cash flow falls into the red

  • Avoiding property fraud 101 by Peter Mitham

    While real estate is often considered a safe investment, it is also a fertile ground for fraudsters and con artists who want to take advantage of unsuspecting investors. Peter Mitham reports.

  • Five red flags over joint ventures by Chad Robinson

    Joint ventures are once again coming to the rescue of property investors, writes Ottawa mortgage broker Chad Robinson. But that newfound popularity means slick operators have begun to cook up some pretty creative schemes.

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