Property management is undoubtedly the most important element of a successful real estate portfolio
A whirlwind of tax changes were proposed on July 18, 2017, threatening to affect entrepreneurs and investors, leaving few families unscathed. But after a 90-day “consultation” period and thousands of voices, letters, and commentary that came forth from Canadians in protest, where are we now?
Often, when sales to the public start, a 100-unit project has only 40 units left. So, who got to buy those units, and how does that work?
It’s time to change the conversation about real estate in Canada, once again. However, this time it is extremely important—so important that it is going to be one of the main areas of focus for REIN and in this magazine throughout 2018.
“It’s astounding the amount of damage they could cause in such a short amount of time,” said Sean Fyfe, a young family man with an investment property in Saskatoon. According to an article that appeared in the National Post in 2015, Sean and his wife, Miranda, were left to tackle a huge mess left behind by renters in their Saskatoon home. They estimated that it would cost approximately $14,000 to repair the property.
REIN is holding a contest and three lucky winners will receive VIP guest packages and tickets to the ACRE Live program in Calgary on March 16 - 18, 2018.
REIN is holding a contest and three lucky winners will receive VIP guest packages and tickets to the ACRE Live program in Toronto on April 21-23, 2017.