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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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Will real estate prices drop in Ontario?
Posted by Corben Grant

Many Ontarians are wondering if a housing crash is lurking on the horizon which could lower the high prices.

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How to get a mortgage with bad credit
Posted by Corben Grant

A poor credit score can present issues come time to borrow a mortgage from a lender and here's why.

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How to save for a down payment
Posted by Corben Grant

Without responsible saving practices, collecting the amount of money for the average down payment seems all but impossible.

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How much mortgage can I afford?
Posted by Corben Grant

Everyone dreams of owning their own home, but for many people, the financial requirements can seem insurmountable. While a home won't ever be cheap, it might not be as bad as you think.

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Canadian average home prices by city compared
Posted by Corben Grant

In this article, we'll break down the average home price in each province and city, as well as the average person's income. This will help you make the best investment choice for your goals.

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Flipping houses in Toronto for beginners
Posted by Corben Grant

Many real estate investors are turning to flipping as an alternative way to make money, but is it the right option for you? Here's what you can expect.

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How much value does a finished basement add?
Posted by Corben Grant

Not only do finished basements add more living space to your home, but did you know that it can increase the resale value come time to sell?

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What is a good credit score in Canada for a mortgage?
Posted by Corben Grant

Generally, the best interest rates are offered to Canadians with a credit score above 680, with the very best being offered to those with a score above 740.

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Getting a mortgage when self-employed
Posted by Emma Scott

Self-employed people have a more difficult time applying for a mortgage loan. Why? Because lenders see them as "risky lenders" since they do not have a fixed income.

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Why you need a real estate lawyer
Posted by Editorial Team

Time to lawyer up Mark Weisleder makes the case for having a lawyer on your investment team

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