Nam Ratna and his fellow co-founders launched Go Get It Real Estate to help empower real estate investors
Whether an investor is pursuing buy, fix and flip deals or they’re looking to become long-term landlords, there is a set of processes to learn and follow
Although awareness is growing around the need for training and guidance there is one area that many investors often overlook: developing the right mindset for investing
Launched in May 2018, Get Digs is already making waves among Canadian landlords that have signed up
A new online platform includes a free appointment booking feature that enables landlords to set the available time slots for rental viewing on an online calendar
As CREW has discovered this week, a new online payments platform looks set to revolutionize the rental market in Canada
The adage “there is safety in numbers” usually holds true, but when it comes to a number of individuals pooling their money to buy U.S. properties as a group, there are significant implications that many investors simply don’t consider.
When you leave a property to your spouse, you also leave a tax bill, but there’s one way to keep some of that money from going to the U.S. Internal Revenue Service.
The property-buying blitz has stretched right across the US, but snatching up those deals has saddled Canadian buyers with higher-than-expected estate taxes
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.
“Sign up for our daily newsletter to get the latest news, updates and offers delivered directly to your inbox.”
Designed to offer readers accurate, cutting-edge information to guide their investment decisions, each issue of Canadian Real Estate is filled with informative articles on a broad range of topics.
© 2021 Canadian Estate Wealth. All Rights Reserved by Merged Media