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"Landlords can't increase rents over the rent increase guideline, right?"

I get this question TOO often and I find it strange that so many people, even people actively involved in the industry, don't know about it. When I started investing in rental properties, my biggest fears were  1. having a professional-tenant (one of those tenants that knows all the ins and outs of the law to benefit himself or get away with not paying rent for a couple of weeks) and...  ...

Carbon Monoxide Detectors

Here is Some Info You Should Know!! Please be advised that effective as of October 15th 2014, carbon monoxide detectors are required in all existing residential buildings (i.e houses, apartments and condos) that have a fuel-burning appliance, fireplace or an attached garage. Some common examples of fuel-burning appliances include gas furnace, gas water heater, gas stove, and gas dryer. Examples of ...

3086 TRIM RD

INVESTORS LOOKING FOR LAND!!! Amazing vacant land in a prime location for future development. It's located 3 km from the Brian Coburn Blvd. Trim Rd. intersection. www.3086trimrd.com For more information contact Troy Robinson 613-323-5000.  

843 MONTCREST DR

Stunning inside and out. gleaming Hardwood through out both floors of this home. Grand foyer with double staircase.  spacious family room, open concept kitchen and eating area. large Master Suite with a full ensuite bathroom with glass shower and separate soaker tub, main floor office, 2 fireplaces, This house will not disappoint! a must to see exceptional custom in ground pool www.843montcrest.com ...

Career in Real Estate - How to Succeed

Would you like to learn about Real Estate trends and build your own business plan? 

Next Generation Symposium

We will be holding a Next Generation Symposium on November 19th,  

Porting a Mortgage

Some mortgages enable the buyer to port their existing mortgage, thereby eliminating a penalty.  However, in some circumstances it might be better to pay a penalty to get a new mortgage with a lower rate which could offset the penalty amount down the road.  Be sure to speak with a qualified mortgage broker to understand your best options when making a choice.

Have a great & safe halloween

Tonight’s the night for the ghouls and gremlins, superheroes and villains, princesses and monsters to roam your neighbourhood in search of a bag full of treats. But it’s that time of year again, when the days are shorter and the weather much colder and wetter, so there are a few extra precautions to take before heading out to the streets for treats. Here are some tips that certainly aren’t new, but ...

"Landlords can't increase rents over the rent increase guideline, right Jen?"

I get this question TOO often and I find it strange that so many people, even people actively involved in the industry, don't know about it. When I started investing in rental properties, my biggest fears were  1. having a professional-tenant (one of those tenants that knows all the ins and outs of the law to benefit himself or get away with not paying rent for a couple of weeks) and...  ...