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What Landlord Fees are Tax Deductible in Canada

Many people are interested in becoming a landlord but aren’t certain about all the financial logistics involved in managing rental properties. There are a lot of important decisions to consider when you become a landlord. In general, you will want to treat your rental property like a business: buying the right property, screening potential tenants […]

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Condo Flippers Must be Vigilant With Their Real Estate Transactions

Condo flippers should understand what defines a real estate flip Be aware “condo flippers” if you’re planning to sell a condo that you’ve recently bought as an investment, be aware that CRA is watching carefully – especially if you’ve never moved in. Indeed, CRA has become ever more watchful when it comes to reporting capital […]

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Why Millennials are Buying Income Properties & Becoming Landlords

Real estate is crazy out there – right from the one bedroom condo that sells for $600 a square foot to the unaffordable starter home that starts at $750,000. And that’s why millennials are becoming landlords – buying an income property and benefiting from the investment and income.

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Large Demand for Student Housing Creates Great Investment Opportunity for Landlords

As university and college enrolment continues to grow across Canada, there’s also an emerging investment opportunity for student housing. Demand for off-campus student housing is clearly outstripping supply. And for landlords, the investment opportunity for student housing presents new horizons. Needless to say, large urban centres will be high demand centres for rental units.

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News for Real Estate Investors – CRA is Cracking Down on Tax Cheating

Its come to light recently that the federal government is getting more and more interested in catching real estate “flippers” in the Toronto and Vancouver markets. Some tax experts and real estate professionals believe that this is just the beginning of a CRA crackdown on real estate investors who may have been tax cheating for […]

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The Dos and Don’ts of Buying a Rental Property

If you’re considering buying a rental property, and you’re serious about becoming a landlord, it’s worth looking at the entire picture – in other words, a thoughtful look at the pros and cons. In today’s crazy real estate market, buying a rental property could be a viable investment option.

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What Landlord Fees are Tax Deductible in Canada

Many people are interested in becoming a landlord but aren’t certain about all the financial logistics involved in managing rental properties. There are a lot of important decisions to consider when you become a landlord. In general, you will want to treat your rental property like a business: buying the right property, screening potential tenants […]

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What You Need to Know About the Foreign Buyers Tax Rebate

In Ontario, the Non-Resident Speculation Tax (also referred to as the NRST tax) targets foreign homebuyers. Essentially, this is a foreign buyers tax, with a tax rate of 15% on the purchase or acquisition of a residential property. The property in question must be located in the Golden Horseshoe area of Ontario. What’s important to […]

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