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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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Canadian household debt keeps rising - should investors be concerned?
Posted by Corben Grant

Debt is something of the open secret of the financial world - or at least one of them. It’s that thing in the background that we would rather ignore, but eventually, we must face it.

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New developments in the GTA for 2022
Posted by Corben Grant

These new up-and-coming condo developments in the GTA will make for great investment opportunities.

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What happens when commercial rent increases?
Posted by Corben Grant

Luckily, the amount that your landlord increases rent will generally be incremental so you won't be blindsided by a huge increase. Here are the basics of how commercial rent increases work.

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What to do after an offer has been accepted
Posted by Corben Grant

For both the buyer and seller, there are some things you need to take care of before you can officially close your deal. Let's look at what you need to know from both sides.

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Why are houses so expensive in Vancouver?
Posted by Corben Grant

Even before the pandemic, there was major concern about the rise in housing costs and the events of the last few years have only made it more apparent just how dire the situation has become

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A guide to buying property in Toronto
Posted by Corben Grant

If you're dreaming of finally owning property in the city of Toronto, here is everything you need to know about making the move and if it's the right choice for you.

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What one million dollars will get you in Toronto today
Posted by Corben Grant

One million dollars may sound like a lot, but in today's market, it may not get you as far as you think it will, especially in the city of Toronto.

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Understanding how mortgage rates work
Posted by Corben Grant

It's important to remember that things like closing costs, different mortgage options, your amortization period and down payment amount can all affect the way your mortgage works.

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Homeownership in Canada: what to expect
Posted by Helana Mulder

Even with prices reaching an all-time high during the pandemic, the homeownership rate in Canada has also been increasing. In 2000, the rate was sitting just below 64% but in 2020 was over 68%.

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Houseboat living in Toronto
Posted by Corben Grant

If you're set on living in the big city but can't afford a home, try exploring the little-known world of houseboats. Here's where you can find such marinas in Toronto.

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