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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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Stop Paying Too Much in Taxes: Structuring Your Portfolio for Tax Efficiency

Posted by Corben Grant

Robert Gauvreau CPA shares tips on how to reduce your tax burdens.

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What to know before you build a house in Ontario
Posted by Corben Grant

Thinking of building your own home instead of purchasing a resale home? This can be a great option as it allows for complete customization, however, costs can definitely add up.

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What are your options for a vacant land mortgage in Canada?
Posted by Corben Grant

When it comes to buying land, buyers should be aware of the various financing options available so they can make the best choice for them.

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What is the average age of a first-time homebuyer in Canada?
Posted by Corben Grant

The most common age for someone to buy a home for the first time is in their 30s, however, there is no set age for everyone to accomplish this milestone.

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What is a high ratio mortgage?
Posted by Corben Grant

In Canada, a conventional down payment is 20%. When a down payment below 20% is paid, this is considered a high ratio mortgage.

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Toronto real estate forecast 2022
Posted by Corben Grant

It may be particularly difficult to see what the future of real estate holds, but it is safe to say that investors should be careful as they enter the market due to specific conditions happening around the world, and in Canada.

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Why invest in commercial real estate in Toronto?
Posted by Corben Grant

Investing in residential real estate can be frustrating nowadays due to supply issues. That's why investors are looking into other sectors, including the commercial real estate.

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What will Toronto real estate be like in 10 years?
Posted by Corben Grant

Just like in 2012, some are predicting another housing crash in Toronto, however, it has yet to actually happen. But will it happen within the next 10 years?

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Will the real estate market crash in Toronto?
Posted by Corben Grant

Naturally, prices in markets fluctuate all the time, but a daily decrease in prices does not signal a crash. A crash will happen when there is a sudden and severe drop rather than a slow decrease.

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How much money do you need to invest in real estate?
Posted by Corben Grant

You don't need thousands of dollars to begin your real estate investment journey, however, the more money you have, the more options will be available to you.

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Should you consider a rent-to-own home in Toronto?
Posted by Corben Grant

If you're hoping to get into the housing market quickly in the City of Toronto, a rent-to-own agreement may be the right option for you, but it does have it's pros and cons.

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