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Our Love for "Luxury" is Costing Us Our Freedom

Does that $30,000 kitchen renovation really make you that much happier? Did you need granite countertops, new stainless steel appliances, built-in double ovens and recessed ceiling lighting? 969 more words

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What Happens to Assets of Incapacitated Person? (Part II)

Last month we discussed on the topic of incapacitated property owner and the legal difficulties surrounding the issue. This month, we will look into what the property owners and family members can do prior to and after the unfortunate event of incapacitation. 1,470 more words

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What Happen to Assets of Incapacitated Person? (Part I)

Generally, according to act such as Income Tax Act, “incapacitated person” means a minor or a person adjudged under any law to be in a state of unsoundness of mind, whereas for some circumstances, we may use incapacitated to refer to “persons with disabilities” include those who have long term physical, mental, intellectual or sensory impairments which in interaction with various barriers may hinder their full and effective participation in society. 1,177 more words
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Due Diligence: The Difference Between a Successful and Failed Investment

Performing your due diligence when considering a real estate investment opportunity is the single most important step to ensuring an investment that meets your expectations. 579 more words

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Can you keep great tenants from leaving in the first place?

Published in Canadian Real Estate Wealth magazine

So can you keep great tenants from leaving in the first place?

“Definitely,” says Brent Mondoux, who has been investing in the Ottawa area for a number of years. 459 more words

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How to Perform a Real Estate Cashflow Analysis

This is what a real estate cashflow analysis looks like. It informs you of your up-front costs, assesses cashflow positivity with current and potential future scenarios, budgets appropriately for vacancy/repair/contingency and accounts for overhead costs even if they may be unrealized (e.g. 190 more words

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Get Over Your Fears and Take Action Today!

By the end of 2011, I had completed nine years of real estate investment courses.  Acquisition, cashflow, buy & hold, flipping, landlording, rent to own, taxation law… the list goes on and on. 1,119 more words

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