Investor Resources

  • 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

  • Webequie First Nation completes multiple housing projects by Duffie Osental

    Housing built with funding support from the federal government

  • When the credit gets tough, the tough investor gets... by Editorial Team

    Getting financing to buy an investment property is no longer as easy as it used to be, as lenders continue to tighten their criteria. Peter Mitham explains how you can get access to financing despite the hurdles.

  • A balancing act: Leverage v.s. cashflow by Leslie Quinsay

    Should you jump at a chance to get into real estate investing with no-money down? It may seem like a no-brainer, but according to Leslie Quinsay of Coridian Capital, there`s one thing to consider before making that leap: Leverage v.s. cashflow.

  • Taking DIY renos in hand by Joel Kranc

    There are different ways to add value and appeal to your property. In a volatile economy, doing it yourself is becoming part of the renovation landscape. Joel Kranc explains.

  • First-time buyer tips by Martin K. I. Rumack

    A veteran real estate expert, Toronto lawyer and author Martin K.I. Rumack outlines the RRSP funding and tax benefits available to newbie buyers.

  • Turning around a 'declined' by Dalia Barsoum

    Did your application for financing get declined? Lending advisor Dalia Barsoum explains what you can and should now do.

  • How to become a property tycoon by Dalia Baroum & Enza Venuto

    How can you build a profitable portfolio safely and quickly in the current environment? Dalia Barsoum and Enza Venuto reveal their top tips and strategies.

  • How Sask landlords are covering their assets by Shane Buckingham

    What Saskatchewan landlords need to know to protect their assets may stretch as far as a prairie mile. Shame Buckingham rounds up a much briefer list of those must-haves for investors.

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