Making emotional purchases always comes with risks. While the real estate market may be busy right now, that is not the sole reason you should be making your purchase and you should not abandon your strategy for the sake of purchasing a property.
Successful real estate investors understand that there are market forces and drivers that are beyond their control but are presented as statistical measures. These statistics can used to better understand the market conditions and trends so that the investors can make informed and astute real estate investing decisions.
How can Canadians strategize to pay lower taxes and build important revenue through their real estate investments? Take the time to learn how this strategy can positively impact your portfolio and your life.
Based upon my last 1.5 years serving as one of the Power of Attorneys for my parents, I received an invaluable education on dealing with wills and estate planning. I would love to share this real life education with you.
Knowing there is a real estate cycle, and understanding the phases of the cycle, is fundamental to knowing what to look for to make strategic real estate investment decisions.
While no one knows exactly what will happen in the various housing markets across the country in the next few years, taking steps to mitigate risk within one’s real estate portfolio will definitely help you weather changes that occur.
Great cash flow properties are out there and with some research, due diligence with respect to expenses and a bit of number crunching, you can find your great cash flow properties.
The right tenants and property managers are critical to the success of your real estate investment. Follow these steps to make your investment a safe one.
Treat your investments as a business, with a clear understanding of why you are investing and what your desired outcome looks like.
Typically, about 80% of your household wealth comes from only about 20% of your assets. So, what are those assets? I guarantee real estate will be one of them.
If you are wondering how to buy real estate investment property in Canada as a non-resident, there are a few important factors to consider.
Ultimately, what is important is paying attention to your property, its return on investment, being aware of its local real estate market and community, and being clear about your investment goals.