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  • Creating a cash cow by AJ Hazzi

    If you have $500,000 in equity built up in your primary residence, Vantage West's AJ Hazzi says the world is your oyster. He shares three strategies for cracking it open

  • Industrial strength by Chad Marek

    Investors looking for diversification, increasing cash flow and fair prices can fulfill all three desires via industrial properties. Chad Marek explains how

  • Liquid assets by Bob Carter

    Investing in development can take many forms, including providing the funds for a new community to obtain water rights. Bob Carter wades into this lesser-known investment opportunity

  • Alternatives: Bought the farm by Bob Carter

    Rental demand may wax and wane, but the planet’s need for food will only intensify. Bob Carter offers an introduction to the world of investing in farmland

  • Investor profile: The sweet sound of success by Clayton Jarvis

    Wendy Cheung has navigated her way through two BC real estate booms, first as a novice and then as an expert. She emerged from each one stronger, smarter and richer than she ever imagined

  • Reno Focus: Beneath the surface by Katie Herbert

    Choosing the right finishing touches for kitchens and bathrooms can be your ticket to rapid resales and rising rents. Renovation expert Katie Herbert details the available options

  • Cottages: cash cow or money pit? by Monika Jazyk

    Monika Jazyk, author of Real Estate Mistakes, offers some practical advice to investors considering dipping their toes into the recreational market

  • The zoning tango by Clayton Jarvis

    Jason Stern, owner of Exclusive Rentals and Luxury Student Rentals, shares an illuminating – and chilling – case study of a legal duplex that wasn’t what it seemed

  • Dear John by George Micevski 

    Sometimes a home’s structure simply doesn’t square with your plans to add a new bathroom. George Micevski explains how installing a grinder tank and drainage pump can leave you flush with new possibilities

  • Reaching the peak by Clayton Jarvis

    In 2004, Greg Eaton was living in the basement of his own property, plotting his escape from Calgary. Now, Eaton is using his education and experience to bring new life to downtown Cranbrook, BC

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