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How To Secure Long Term Tenants For Your Toronto Condo?

Sunday Aug 2nd, 2020

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So, you’ve heard that renting out a condo is like hitting two birds with one stone – renting out your condo helps you make living on the side, while tenants help you pay out mortgage with monthly rental payments. Sounds like a great opportunity for profit, but unfortunately, things aren’t as simple as they seem! First of all, there are tons of risks associated with tenants. Ideally, you would want good people to occupy the space you own, who take good care of your... [read more]

Condos vs. Townhouses; Which should I Invest in?

Sunday Aug 18th, 2019

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If you’re stuck between renting or buying a condominium or townhouse, there are some important differences between the two that you should know about before pulling the trigger. To help you reach a final decision, we have delineated what sets them apart. Ownership With a condominium, you only own your individual unit, with joint ownership of the common areas such as the tennis courts, walkways, airspace, and swimming pools, and the building structure itself with other... [read more]

Here’s Why You Should Give Up On Your Short-Term Condo Investment Plan

Friday Aug 3rd, 2018

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These days people don’t usually go for long terms plans or don’t prefer looking at the bigger picture. Same comes down to condos. When people go for investment plan in a condo, you only see short-term benefits and profits.  However, this short-term investment strategy can lead you to a world of disappointments and distress. What’s the trend in investments? This question can be answered through an example which is interactive and it will let you understand how the... [read more]

New Lending Rules in Canada

Tuesday Dec 12th, 2017

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Buying a condo in Canada has been easier in the past due to the lenient lending rules in Canada. The housing market of Canada is fast and the government has been trying to slow down this market. This time, there are some major changes being introduced by the banking regulator of Canada, OSFI, which will be implemented from 1st January 2018. Fears of the Government of Canada: The changes are due to the housing market situation in the country. the government has been taking into... [read more]

How to Invest in Canada’s Crowd Funded Real Estate

Monday Sep 11th, 2017

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Over the years, Crowdfunding has evolved dynamically. It is basically a practice of funding in property or projects from the public of different countries, mainly through internet. People with high opulence approach the crowdfunding website, choose the project they like to invest in and get return on investment over a bunch of hold years. There exists a high risk, but even a small investment can help you raise a large amount of capital. If you are thinking of investing your hand-earned... [read more]

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