We’ve all heard horror stories about bad tenants before, so naturally, it makes us question if we should get into the world of investing ourselves. But having a rental property can come with a lot of benefits. Though becoming a landlord comes with a lot of new responsibilities, especially when it comes to protecting your investment that you’ve worked hard for, you’ll find that coming across bad tenants is much rarer than finding great tenants.
A popular search trend emerged in 2020 and it was all in thanks to the novel Coronavirus pandemic that swept over the world, putting us all on lockdown and wondering what lies ahead for the future.
Raging demand for non-traditional properties presents an attractive opportunity for investors with the ability to scale up
Canada's national vacancy rents declined for a third consecutive year in 2019
HGTV would have you believe that valuable renos only take place in detached properties, but condo owners can get in on the fun, too
Investors who calculate a property’s cash flow before securing financing are often forced to make other plans. Dalia Barsoum shares three strategies for ensuring that projected cash flow actually winds up in your pocket
Wine is big business in Argentina, and it’s not hard to get in on the action. Mike Cobb offers a taste of the possibilities on offer
The inevitable tenant move-out can be a painless, straightforward process – but only if it’s done the right way. Valeri Khromov explains what that looks like
CREW spoke to the co-founder of PropertyGuys.com about six trends the company feels will reshape the Canadian real estate landscape
A preview of what's in store in CREW's upcoming Property Forecast: four markets the KeySpire CEO has his eye on for 2020
Whether they choose to attend or not, real estate investors should have a good understanding of what a pre-delivery inspection entails before theirs rolls around
A recent audit of Tarion Warranty Corporation called for significant changes to how the non-profit protects homeowners. Will the changes impact buyers of new product?
Perkins Coie is pleased to announce that Devin P. McComb has joined the firm’s Seattle office as a partner in the Real Estate & Land Use practice
Grimsby skyline to be reshaped by tallest buildings in city: two-tower residential complex
Connect Asset Management Challenges the Financial Community to Invest in Downtown Toronto Real Estate for a Good Cause