Investor Resources

  • A boom, not a bubble by Contributor

    AJ Hazzi of Vantage West Realty explains why investors questioning the staying power of Kelowna's bustling market have little to fear

  • New mortgage rules will drive investments in private lending by Contributor

    MICs and other private lenders currently account for 10% of all new residential mortgages in Ontario. This number will surely increase in the short-term as buyers look for alternative lenders not governed by OSFI

  • Top tax-friendly towns: Canmore by CRE

    A can-do attitude is the key to success in this Albertan town, and the low property tax rate makes it all the more enticing for prospective buyers

  • Open up your eyes in open houses by CRE

    Do you really know what you should be looking for when attending open houses? CREW offers some helpful advice to ensure these trips are worthy and informative.

  • 10 tips for how to be a great landlord by CRE

    A happy tenant makes for a stress-free landlord experience. Here are some simple ways to make a lasting impression on new renters and set yourself apart as a great landlord.

  • Top tax-friendly towns: Bracebridge by CRE

    Bracebridge is out to prove that it’s more than just another Northern Ontario cottage town, and that it has the tools to become an investment hotbed

  • What is a syndicated mortgage? by CRE

    For those looking to get into the real estate game without becoming a landlord, one alternative to the traditional bricks and mortar is mortgage investing. CREW breaks down one of these options – syndicated mortgages.

  • A slice of heaven on Lake Simcoe by CRE

    Just an hour north of the GTA on Lake Simcoe, Friday Harbour promises to be the hottest all-season resort residence in Canada.

  • Top tax-friendly towns: Saint John by CRE

    Beyond the coastal atmosphere and leisurely lifestyle lies a market where property taxes and average prices are low, which could make Saint John a hit among property buyers.

  • Top tax-friendly towns: Saskatoon by CRE

    With a low property tax rate and reasonably-priced inventory, things are beginning to get in “toon” in Saskatchewan’s largest city.

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