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Property management services with a difference

Why it’s crucial to outsource property management
Posted on 18 May 2018

Outsourcing core functions to a reputable property management company is an easy and affordable way for an investor to ensure that their property remains in great condition

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Case Study 2: A multi-property investor
Posted on 17 May 2018

Vancouver-based Vivienne decided to research other options when she grew disillusioned with her property management company

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Case Study 1: Using a property manager for the first time
Posted on 16 May 2018

Max took on all of the responsibilities of property management himself and, although it was time consuming, he decided not to dip into his profits to pay for management services

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The opportunities in private equity investments

The growing role of back to basics investing
Posted on 22 Sep 2017

Clifford Fraser from Equiton explains why investors are turning away from financial instruments run by algorithms

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What to look for when identifying REIT opportunities
Posted on 21 Sep 2017

With the low return landscape expected to run for some time in the public market, investors are scrambling to generate yield

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Private REITs vs public REITs
Posted on 20 Sep 2017

What’s the best option in the current market?

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Property Management

Compound your returns – not your mistakes
Posted on 16 Oct 2015

Compounding returns is what makes income properties an effective wealth-generating option for investors. Unfortunately, the effects of mistakes made when buying and holding can compound, dragging-down performance.

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How to invest near good tenants
Posted on 15 Oct 2015

When deciding where to buy income properties there must be careful thought given not just to the tenants presently in the market area, but also the tenants that can be expected in the years to come

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Property managers: Social worker for tenants?
Posted on 14 Oct 2015

Sometimes being in the property game brings more challenges than just broken fixtures and fittings. Sometimes the real challenge can be getting involved and dealing with people's personal lives.

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