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We’ve all heard that the number one rule of Real Estate Investment is Location, Location, Location but what are the actual indicators that determine a location’s investment potential?
Investor Ken Davidson breaks down the nine most common mistakes that cause real estate ventures to fail.
Although Guelph is a smaller market, investors stand to gain big in this up-and-coming city, demonstrating that size isn’t everything when choosing a city to invest in.
HGTV's Vanessa Roman explains why a renovation that treats energy efficiency as the top priority will put money in an investor's pocket.
There are four different types of sellers, says Freedom Malhotra, and each one is affected by market fluctuations in a different way.
HGTV's Carson Arthur explains how creating a beautiful, usable space extends the square footage of your investment property, a top motivator for buyers.
Investor Lee Strauss explains how owning multiple properties equals multiple income streams for the savvy investor.
For a rent-to-own investment, make sure your property appreciation values are based on proven trends, not on temporary flux, says investor Rachel Oliver.
Florida. California. Arizona. These U.S. locales have long been popular with Canadian investors, but there’s a new investment hotspot that is quietly creeping its way to the forefront of investors’ minds.
Investor Kyle Pulis lays out five areas of curb appeal that can be improved to ensure your rental property looks as fresh and inviting as its inside.
Even seasoned investors make small oversights that could cost huge in the end. Lena Guirguis outline the five common mistakes most landlords make.
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The event will also feature a panel of industry experts and a presentation on the state of the Hamilton-Burlington housing market