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The Landlord 2.0

Renting a property brings with it different challenges. The relationship between a tenant and the landlord has generally been associated with the stigma of adversary and even dictatorship posturing.  They believe that the relationship is based on a written contract that outlines the landlord’s expectations as defined by the local law.  This is a very archaic way of viewing the landlord/tenant...

Creating Wealth In Real Estate

Real estate has many avenues for producing income. In more expensive markets such as Vancouver and Toronto most investors purchase for capital appreciation/gains. Some investors flip and others decide to use the BRRR (Buy, Refurbish, Rent, Refinance, Repeat) strategy. But if real estate is truly “passive” the ideal way to build wealth in real estate is to buy and hold cash-flowing rental...

Renting to Gen Z’s. Who are they and are you ready?

  Renting to different demographics brings with it different challenges. Unlike the Millennials – who came of age during the Great Recession – this new generation “Z” was in line to inherit a healthy economy with low unemployment. Everything changed in 2020, as COVID-19 has reshaped our country’s social and economic landscape. Instead of looking ahead to a world of opportunities, Gen...

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Investing in Student Housing

  Student housing is an important part of a student's life at University. At UBCO (Kelowna) or wherever there is a institution of higher learning, there will always be thousands of students that need a place to stay.  With enrollments rising every year, students need off-campus accommodations now more than ever. If you’re thinking about investing in student housing, we can help. We specialize...

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