Compounding returns is what makes income properties an effective wealth-generating option for investors. Unfortunately, the effects of mistakes made when buying and holding can compound, dragging-down performance.
When deciding where to buy income properties there must be careful thought given not just to the tenants presently in the market area, but also the tenants that can be expected in the years to come
Sometimes being in the property game brings more challenges than just broken fixtures and fittings. Sometimes the real challenge can be getting involved and dealing with people's personal lives.
An upscale condominium in Ottawa is looking to tick all of the boxes with purchasers and residents
When Bruce Stewart was planning to develop the Founders Residences, he wanted to create a mutually beneficially model that was a win-win for its senior residents and its investors
A developer explains how his own father’s move into a seniors development inspired his next project
This 599-unit condo development will be a great investment opportunity as the condo market makes a comeback.
As CREW has discovered this week, utilizing the services of a property management company helps investors manage their portfolios much more effectively
In reality, most people do not have the skills needed to grow a portfolio of investment properties
If you’re a newer house flipper, you have probably heard about the 70 percent rule. Here’s your guide to the investing rule that can prevent you from spending too much money on an investment.
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