Investor Resources

  • Tweak your bottom line by CRE

    When preparing to sell a property, upgrades are always a good idea. The home inspection experts at Pillar to Post outline some small improvements investors can make to stimulate buyer interest

  • Thieves among us by Contributor

    Speculation often brings out the worst in investors, sometimes resulting in outright fraud. Monica Peters shares three methods you can use to prevent unscrupulous buyers from nabbing one of your properties

  • 10 tips for first-time home buyers by Editorial Team

    There’s nothing like owning your first home – getting to know your neighbours, choosing your décor, and creating a place that you can call your own. But being a first-time home buyer also means asking a lot of questions and making a lot of decisions.

  • Recipe for early retirement by Editorial Team

    How does no money down lead to a yearly rental income of $81,000? Van Tran and Quan Doan discovered the secret as they traveled down the path of real estate investing, and now that secret's out.

  • Where to spend your retirement by Editorial Team

    Retirement can seem daunting due to issues such as affordability and where to retire. Not to fear, because Canadian Real Estate has taken on the task so that you can sit back, relax, and retire.

  • Capital gain versus income by

    When you sell a stock, you owe taxes on your gains the difference between what you paid for the stock and what you sold it for. The same is true with selling a home, but according to George Dube of Dube & Associates, there are some special considerations.

  • Mortgage manoeuvring by Mark Loeffler

    Mark Loeffler discusses what investors can do to manage the ever-changing mortgage landscape.

  • Perfect partners by Peter Kinch

    Peter Kinch explores joint-venture capital: why some succeed while others do not

  • Ready, set, go! by Darren Weeks

    Real estate investing is exciting. But the prospect of owning an enviable portfolio of properties can lead some us to make decisions that in retrospect weren't the greatest. In cases like these, we all need an exit strategy. CRE Contributor Darren Weeks explains how you can get out of tricky situations.

  • Buying below the border by Gord Lemon

    Veteran investor Gord Lemon shares his tips for Canadians looking to invest in U.S. property

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