Investor Resources

  • Halifax is slowly but surely magnetizing foreign capital by Ephraim Vecina

    Wealthy foreigners are already making themselves felt, especially in the luxury housing segment

  • 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

  • Is your property management company on track for your success? by Editorial Team

    Do you have confidence in your property management firm? If you are a real estate investor who relies on contracted property management services, having confidence that you are in control of your assets and bottom line while someone else manages the day-to-day operations is always a dilemma. These are some simple strategies to monitor the service you receive, increase your confidence and ensure that your investment is protected.

  • St. John's: Solid economic footing by Shane Buckingham

    St. John's small, but growing condo market has the economic foundation for investment success. Shane Buckingham explains

  • Seeing ROI by Shane Buckingham

    Optometrist Kevin Engel has his eye on a few more multifamily additions to his already impressive portfolio. Shane Buckingham explains

  • Growing in New Glasgow by Editorial Team

    New employers such as Daewoo are helping keep this local economy and housing market strong

  • How to save $14,620 on your mortgage by Editorial Team

    Calum Ross examines why refinancing might be the right strategy for you right now and shows you how you could save $$$$ on your mortgage

  • Red Deer rebounding by Shane Buckingham

    Though high-end sales remain soft, Red Deer has plenty of affordable income properties to offer investors ahead of Alberta's next big energy boom. Shane Buckingham explains

  • Investing in Inverness, Cape Breton, N.S. by Rachel Naud

    When you see the picturesque beauty of Inverness in Cape Breton, with its stunning shorelines and vast views, it's hard to believe the area has such as shady past. Once a mining village, Inverness Village, located along the shoreline from Broad Cove to Chimney Corner, was devastated when the mines closed in the late 50s. Its Main Street was left with boarded-up businesses and abandoned buildings.

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