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How to Find Industrial Real Estate (and save time)

Searching For Industrial Real Estate? Here’s How To Find It Industrial Real Estate has skyrocketed in demand over this economic cycle. Technology continues to develop at a breakneck pace, heavily influencing the way consumers can purchase and receive their goods. This rise of online consumer shopping has not only shifted ...

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Finding the List Price “Tipping Points”

Setting the right list price for a home or investment property is a mystery for many sellers. How do you begin to determine what buyers are likely to pay for your property? After all, no two properties are exactly alike. Yet, setting the right price is crucial. You need to ...

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How to Avoid or Recover from Identity Theft

Types of ID fraud Identity theft is when someone uses your personal information without your knowledge for criminal purposes. They may use the stolen information to gain access to your financial accounts, hack into your online accounts, and/or defraud others. Once they access your personal information, identity thieves can also: spend money ...

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Additional Costs When Buying a Home

The purchase price of your home is only one of the costs you’ll encounter. Here are other possible costs you need to consider: Mortgage loan insurance: If you are putting less than 20 per cent of the house value down, you’re going to need mortgage loan insurance. Depending on the ...

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Mortgage Stress Test Changes on June 1, 2021

Canada’s banking regulator has proposed changes that would strengthen the stress test applied to uninsured mortgages. The Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) unveiled its proposed changes on Thursday April 8th, which would require borrowers applying for uninsured mortgages—typically those with more than a 20% down payment—to qualify ...

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Federal Budget 2021: What You Need to Know

Courtesy Canadian Real Estate Association Last month, Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland tabled the federal government’s first budget in more than two years. The budget includes $100 billion in stimulus measures to assist economic recovery as Canada moves through the pandemic, with a heavy emphasis on child care and climate change. ...

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How Capital Gain Works

Have you made capital gain? That’s great news, because this influx of cash from selling your assets will improve your financial health. However, these benefits may be taxed. Here, I answer seven common questions. 1. What is capital gain? Capital gain represents the profit you make when you sell, entrust, ...

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Free Home Buyers Guide Book

I recently finished a new Home Buyers Guide Book. A collection of how-to’s, checklists, and worksheets to help buyers understand what to expect during the real estate purchasing experience. Click here to get a free copy. ...

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