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Cost Effective Rental Renos With a Big Payback There’s something about a nice fresh coat of paint. It can help revitalize a property after just a few hours and yet, it’s something many landlords just don’t do often enough. The … Continue reading
Cash flow is definitely king when it comes to owning a rental property, but what can you do to ensure you receive the maximum amount of cash flow out of your rental property? You can always start by looking at … Continue reading
Rental Property Financing Tips With the recent announcement from the Bank of Canada that the prime rate isn’t changing and isn’t likely to change in the very near future, I have a nice little segue into today’s article about financing … Continue reading
Crucial Steps To Evaluate Potential Rental Properties I still have a few more articles up my sleeve to help beginning investors and today’s topic is “How Much Is The Rent?” It’s funny, or is it annoying, how often you will … Continue reading
My Favourite Type of Rental Property In today’s article about investing in Real Estate, I finally get to talk about my favourite type of rental investment, investing in single family homes. So why is it my favourite? It’s all due … Continue reading
Choose a Great Investment Area Not Necessarily a Great Area We are carrying on with our series of the basics of investing in Real Estate this week and in this article, we move on to finding great investment areas to … Continue reading
Steps To Becoming a Great Real Estate Investor This is the continuation of a series of articles about being a Real Estate investor and this week we tackle your Real Estate Dream Team. The premise behind creating a dream team … Continue reading
Getting Started With Rental Properties Have you ever thought about owning a rental property? Just a single property that you can use for cash flow, perhaps make some money from appreciation and maybe long term use it as part of … Continue reading
Professional Tenants Understand the System If you aren’t familiar with the term, you would think a professional tenant is just someone with no intent on ever owning and intending on staying a tenant forever. Talk to a landlord who has … Continue reading
What Are Your Landlord Challenges? $100 oil seems to be rather good for the economy. The economic activity created by this surge in prices is rippling through the province and is only in the early stages of generating increased job … Continue reading
It seems to be another busy week here for me and due to that, I have been negligent with my posting. Between preparing a rental property for sale, the kids out for spring break and half a dozen other projects … Continue reading
Having been the recipient of some outrageous mortgage payout penalties in the past I have a rather jaded opinion of this practice that banks are using to provide themselves with a tidy little cash windfall. I’ve previously written about mortgage … Continue reading
Dealing With Sewer Problems Just thought I would throw this out so it doesn’t come as a surprise to you, but simply put, sewer problems are crappy! I’m probably not alone in thinking this, but if any of you reading … Continue reading
This post is just a short little pet peeve of mine. Part of being a landlord is learning to write ads that do a portion of your work for you. If you don’t put little qualifiers in place such as … Continue reading
OK, here comes the government with more changes to the 2011 mortgage regulations. Although government intervention in many things economic typically have negative results (go read my Rent Control article from a couple years ago), changes like the ones just … Continue reading