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How the Legalization of Cannabis will Affect Landlords in Canada

The legalization of cannabis will affect landlords in Canada since renters won’t know what to do about banning its use inside their rental properties. October 17th, 2018, was the official date for its legalization and landlords are more worried than ever. Many have started acting and prohibiting tenants from using cannabis. However, many tenants feel […]

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Do I Have to Pay HST Upfront on a Rental Income Property in Canada?

When you are buying your first rental property, you may be faced with a question whether you have to pay HST upfront on a rental income property in Canada.

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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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Understanding the qualifying residential unit for NRRP Rebate

Like many government incentives and rebates, the guidelines for the NRRP Rebate (also referred to as New Residential Rental Property Rebate) can be somewhat confusing and often difficult to understand. This is especially true with regard to the qualifying residential unit for NRRP Rebate, making it a challenge to prepare and submit an application.

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Tax rebate for owners that converted a commercial property into a residential rental property.

Despite its name, the Corktown Brewery Loft building was in fact never a brewery. The 7-storey building in Toronto’s distillery district was used by the CBC in the 1950s as a studio and rehearsal space, but the building has since been converted to a residential property, with some of the most impressive lofts in the […]

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Landlord Tax Guide for 2019

If you’re a landlord, property owner, or real estate investor, our Landlord Tax Guide for 2019 will be a valuable guide for your strategic financial planning. With a real estate investment, there’s always some tax to pay – and occasionally, it can be substantial. Legally, you can’t ignore taxes – but there are certainly ways […]

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Your Landlord Is Selling The Property. Can You Be Forced To Move Out?

If your landlord is selling the property you live in, you have certain rights during the transaction, and you have certain responsibilities. Obviously, as a tenant, you’ll have many questions to ask. When will the sale take place? Can I find a similar residence? How long do I have to make a move? Probably the […]

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