If you’re a newer house flipper, you have probably heard about the 70 percent rule. Here’s your guide to the investing rule that can prevent you from spending too much money on an investment.
There’s no silver bullet to end the housing supply crisis but an initiative called the limited dividend company (LDC), if resurrected, might be a good way to gain traction for affordable rental housing projects.
As markets across the country begin to cool from last year's highs, the world of preconstruction is facing its own share of new changes.
Toronto is known as one of the most expensive cities in the country. Why is that the case, and where are prices headed in the future?
The MoneyShow (Friday, September 16th - 17th) covers topics that are either hot-button issues or those with additional complexity by taking a laser-focused approach
Vancouver has long been considered one of the most expensive cities in the country, both in the price of purchasing a home but also in the cost of renting.
Diversity, equity and inclusion, better known by the acronym DEI, are buzzwords that permeate the workplace these days.
Experts have indicated Canada will need to build millions more homes in the next 10 years to meet our growing needs. To the casual observer the problem is easy to solve: just build more homes. For those in the real estate development field, the problem is much more complicated than this.
Ontario's construction sector will need to recruit about 71,800 new workers over the next six years to keep pace with retirements in the industry.
While markets across the country are seeing price corrections amid rising interest rates, Calgary has held strong.
When you flip houses, you are not usually intending to live in the house; rather the strategy is to sell the property as fast as you can so as to avoid paying taxes and other expenses on the property. While there will obviously be initial costs that you will need to budget for, house flipping can be done with few resources and little experience.
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