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Flip it right

Posted by Paul Roussel

Contrary to what HGTV would have you believe, flipping a house is rarely glamorous or fun – at least not until the cheque clears. Paul Roussel provides a primer for flippers-to-be

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Building a cottage on an island
Posted by Corben Grant

If you've been dreaming of building your own cottage on your own island, it is doable, especially in Canada. But you'll need to have a thorough plan in place to make it happen. Here's what to expect.

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What can you do about a missed mortgage payment?
Posted by Corben Grant

Missing a mortgage payment can negatively affect your credit score, but there are some things you can do to work with your lender to make a repayment, especially if this is your first time.

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Backyard builds: ideas and inspiration
Posted by Helana Mulder

Whether you have a small or big backyard, there are plenty of ways to make the most of your space. Here are some great ideas to capitalize on your investment.

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Maps of Toronto that investors need to see
Posted by Corben Grant

If you're looking to invest in certain areas of the city of Toronto, here are some areas to consider. These maps will give you a clearer understanding of the many different neighbourhoods Toronto has to offer.

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The current prices and trends for Toronto condos
Posted by Corben Grant

For people looking to invest in Toronto real estate, or those looking for a place to live in the city for less money, the condo market offers a much more affordable option.

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Best neighbourhoods in Mississauga
Posted by Corben Grant

Whether you're an investor or family looking to settle down, here are some of the best neighbourhoods to consider in Mississauga.

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Rules for gifting a down payment in Canada
Posted by Corben Grant

In order for young adults to get into the crazy housing market, most often than not, they need help from family with their down payment. Here's how the process works.

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Average household income in Toronto: what does it mean for investors?
Posted by Corben Grant

Understanding the average income in the city of Toronto can help investors know whom to rent to and where to purchase the right property. Here are statistics from Statistics Canada.

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Capital gains tax when selling a second property in Canada
Posted by Corben Grant

The capital gains tax is an amount charged on monetary gains as a result of the sale of capital property. This includes investment properties, stocks, bonds, and land or equipment used by a business.

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