Investing

Development in Edmonton much needed

Lots of development is going on. Higher down payments are now required on expensive houses, but not necessarily required on the more affordable town houses and condominiums. If you want to live or invest here while minimizing the amount of snow you need to handle each winter, this is a great time to plan your

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Should you pay cash for a property?

The Pros and Cons of Paying Cash When You Buy Your Next Home With a lot of talk about mortgage bubbles and real estate issues, one might feel that their best option is to buy their next home using cash instead of borrowing the necessary funds. In today’s article we’ll explore the pros and cons

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Rental Vacancy Rate

Is the Rental vacancy rate in Edmonton on the rise? Rental Vacancy Rate measures the percent of all apartment and row house units that are vacant and available for rent in the city of Edmonton. The vacancy rate is a useful metric for evaluating a rental property. High vacancy rates indicate that the property is

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Maximize Your Rental Revenue!

Buying an Investment Property? Here’s How You Can Maximize Your Rental Revenue Whether you’re buying a ski-in/ski-out condo at your favourite resort or you’re thinking of picking up a small home in a busy tourist area, buying a property for short-term rental purposes can be an excellent investment that quickly begins to provide additional revenue.

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Buying Rental Property?

Buying a Second Home? Assessing Your Finances to Ensure You Can Afford a Second Mortgage The decision to buy a second home may be made for a number of reasons. For example, you may have a destination where you and your family love to spend free time in, and you may be ready to settle

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