Called Canada’s Technology Triangle, Waterloo Region comprising Kitchener-Waterloo-Cambridge is the second fastest growing market in North America
Successful real estate investors agree that location is paramount, followed closely by access to transportation
Pricing a rental property is more complicated than most investors understand, especially if you want to get it right.
Technology has changed the way property is bought and sold; most people use the internet to start the search for a new investment property or to check out the competition before deciding to list a property for sale. It only makes sense to change your strategy to suit online demand.
I always recommend hiring a qualified and experienced home inspector, but only after you have pre-qualified the home yourself. In this article, I will provide some tips on what to look for yourself -- before bringing in a home inspector.
Ken Davidson, an investor and partner at BDO, lays out his tips for what to look for when finding the perfect community to invest in.
It’s that time of year again! Time for the annual company or neighborhood holiday party and all the other social events that come with the holiday season. These seasonal events are also a great place for networking. And, even if you don’t look at them as ‘networking events,’ you likely will be meeting new people and making an impression in the process. You might as well make the most of it.
Most landlords get their tenants to sign a minimum one-year lease. But what most landlords don’t realize is that these agreements don’t hold much weight. In Ontario, tenants can break their leases with relative ease.
Everybody wants to get the best possible property deal, but very few actually know how to do it. Property guru Nathan Birch of Australia-based Binvested Group suggests seven ways to get ahead of the pack.
We all wish we could see into the future to determine whether the purchase of a certain property is going to work out or not. It’s a challenge to know whether or not you should take the plunge and buy that property you’ve been debating over.
One of the core tasks for both new and experienced investors is to determine the geographic location(s) they want to invest in.
I recently attended a Home Show and was, for the most part, impressed with the calibre of the vendors flogging their home wares. These are always great places to check out the innovation on offer, and to get some ideas for new home solutions and potential firms to recommend to clients.
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Connect Asset Management Challenges the Financial Community to Invest in Downtown Toronto Real Estate for a Good Cause
The event will also feature a panel of industry experts and a presentation on the state of the Hamilton-Burlington housing market