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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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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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Accommodations in the Idea Quarter offer opportunity in ever expanding Waterloo
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Waterloo is known as Silicon Valley North for a reason

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Developing a dream
Posted by CRE

Not many investors start their career with a 46-unit townhouse project. The success of award-winning investor Charles Wah proves that land development is an option for many investors, not just the rich or established

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Rental Real Estate Opportunity in Canada's Technology Triangle
Posted by CRE

Built suites in a prime Waterloo location are on sale, starting from the $580's and starting from $371 per square foot

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Graduating students put down roots in Waterloo
Posted by Contributor

In exciting news, built suites in a prime Waterloo location are on sale, starting from the $580’s and starting from $371 per square foot. This high quality, fully-leased mid-rise condominium building located at 261 Lester Street offers five-bedroom rental academic accommodation suites with high-end finishes.

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Making sense of your options
Posted by Contributor

AJ Hazzi explains the gross rent multiplier and its value in evaluating properties in a market of overwhelming choice

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Investing isn't about money
Posted by Contributor

When looking at a potential investment, the time it will require is just as important as its money-making potential. Michael Anger explains why

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Recalibrate your returns
Posted by Contributor

Would you rather have $100 next month or $100,000 five years from now? Brett Turner of Redline Real Estate encourages investors to take a broader view of their properties' performance

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How do Western provinces stack up in job creation?
Posted by CRE

There's nothing like good old-fashioned sibling rivalry—especially among Canada's children of Confederation, the provinces

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Shaking up the listing agreement
Posted by Contributor

The haste inspired by a hot market leaves little time for investors to fully consider the implications of their listing agreements. Monica Peters taps the brakes

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