Cash flow is great, but the land beneath an investment property will always be more valuable than whatever sits on top of it. So, asks Joe Varing, why not start there?
The biggest returns aren’t necessarily found in the biggest cities. Cranbrook, BC-based investor Greg Eaton explains the thinking behind small-market investing
AJ Hazzi of Vantage West Realty explains why investors questioning the staying power of Kelowna's bustling market have little to fear
No one loves debt, but savvy investors know not to fear it. Rae Tayner, senior investment executive at Platinum Properties Group, explains the positive impact borrowing can have on your returns
MICs and other private lenders currently account for 10% of all new residential mortgages in Ontario. This number will surely increase in the short-term as buyers look for alternative lenders not governed by OSFI
Rachel Oliver and her fellow Mothers of Real Estate turn their collective attention to a single property, providing investors with three distinct strategies for creating cash flow
In exciting news, built suites in a prime Waterloo location are on sale, starting from the $580’s and starting from $371 per square foot. This high quality, fully-leased mid-rise condominium building located at 261 Lester Street offers five-bedroom rental academic accommodation suites with high-end finishes.
AJ Hazzi explains the gross rent multiplier and its value in evaluating properties in a market of overwhelming choice
When looking at a potential investment, the time it will require is just as important as its money-making potential. Michael Anger explains why
Would you rather have $100 next month or $100,000 five years from now? Brett Turner of Redline Real Estate encourages investors to take a broader view of their properties' performance
Vanessa Roman explains how a few cosmetic upgrades to the exterior of a property can help investors increase the value of their homes – and the quality of their tenants
For those looking to get into the real estate game without becoming a landlord, one alternative to the traditional bricks and mortar is mortgage investing. CREW breaks down one of these options – syndicated mortgages.
Perkins Coie is pleased to announce that Devin P. McComb has joined the firm’s Seattle office as a partner in the Real Estate & Land Use practice
Grimsby skyline to be reshaped by tallest buildings in city: two-tower residential complex
Connect Asset Management Challenges the Financial Community to Invest in Downtown Toronto Real Estate for a Good Cause