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  • Save energy, save money by Contributor

    With energy costs and environmental awareness at all-time highs, tenants are increasingly looking for properties that will save them money and reduce their carbon footprint. Megan Arevalo provides a wealth of energy-saving suggestions that will go easy on both the planet and your wallet

  • Q&A, then ROI by CRE

    Tami Bonnell, CEO of EXIT Realty Corp. International, details why prospective investors shouldn’t initiate an investment plan until they ask themselves a few critical questions

  • Back to reality by Contributor

    With debt levels at an all-time high and the Canadian economy charging ahead, the days of historically low interest rates appear to be ending. Dalia Barsoum of Streetwise Mortgages prepares investors for the ensuing financial turmoil

  • Kitchen renovations: Save or splurge? by Contributor

    Plenty of options await investors preparing to upgrade their kitchens. Vanessa Roman examines three essential elements of a kitchen reno from both ends of the cost spectrum

  • Beyond the double-digit returns by Contributor

    Before diving into a potentially lucrative private mortgage agreement, investors must first do their due diligence. Dalia Barsoum explains what you need to know

  • The tip of the iceberg by Contributor

    Choosing the lowest mortgage rate often means agreeing to a host of unfavourable terms. Dalia Barsoum outlines six components of low-rate mortgages that can sink even the best-laid investment plans

  • Developing a dream by CRE

    Not many investors start their career with a 46-unit townhouse project. The success of award-winning investor Charles Wah proves that land development is an option for many investors, not just the rich or established

  • The big three by Contributor

    Centum Streetwise Mortgage's Dalia Barsoum outlines the three major aspects of an effective investment financing strategy

  • Something from nothing by Contributor

    Ten years ago, Sarah Coupland was wallowing in debt and living in her parents' garage. She now owns more than 20 units and has become Cobourg, Ontario's go-to property management expert

  • Boomers: Exit the rat race by Contributor

    AJ Hazzi explains how millions of Canadians nearing retirement can safely leave the workforce and turn their primary residences into lifelong passive income

  • Use your equity to fuel growth by CRE

    Property values continue to skyrocket throughout Ontario. Dalia Barsoum explains how investors can transform new equity into new opportunities

  • Finding another way by CRE

    In an era of dwindling cap rates and negative cash flow, private equity firms such as Equiton Partners provide investors with an alternative path to real estate success

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