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Condominiums and Renters: Does your Condominium Association need a rental cap?

With the exception of vacation condominiums or condominium hotels, residential condominiums are created with the intention that the co-owners will be owner occupants.  However, the glut of foreclosures that occurred from 2007 to 2012 led many investors to purchase condominium units for rental purposes.  427 more words


Investors brace for more 'Wal-Mart raises'


Wal-Mart (WMT) workers just scored a raise. Now retail investors are wondering – are more pay hikes coming?

Wal-Mart is bumping its minimum wage to $10 an hour by next February. 184 more words


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Two young ladies arrived at a church wearing clothes that were revealing their body parts.
Here is what the pastor told them:

He took a good look at them and… 322 more words


A Great Day To Check Out A Few Open Houses

Today is a great day to get out and check out a few open houses. If you are in the market for a new home, go out today and get a head start on the spring market rush. 62 more words

Home Buyers

ARLA Quarter Three 2014 Buy-to-Let Review

The latest figures compiled by ARLA (The Association of Residential Letting Agents) members is now available online to read.

It reads:

“Compared with three months ago, the average weighted rental return for houses is up from 4.9% to 5.0%, partially reversing the fall seen then. 755 more words

How the falling loonie and low rates could lure more foreign investors to Canadian housing

Source : National Post

Garry Marr | February 26, 2015 

Jason Payne/Postmedia News, fileLennon Sweeting, a Toronto-based dealer with US Forex which trades in currencies, says the loonie is making housing more attractive to foreign buyers. 717 more words

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