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Tips For Landlords on Finding the Right Tenant

Posted on March 3, 2014 by Orkhan Raguimov in Real Estate

There are Landlords who know what they are doing and then there are those who don’t. If you are a Landlord, then this piece is here to help you find a ‘good’ tenant for your property. Read On!

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5 Years Later – How & Why Canada avoided the Housing Market Crash

Posted on February 5, 2014 by Orkhan Raguimov in Real Estate

It’s now been 5 years since the U.S. Financial Markets bottomed out and began their upward trend which has generally been ongoing to this day. Housing Market in U.S. however did not begin its real recovery until 2012. While there have been numerous articles and arguments over the years on this subject, one thing is certain right now, our Housing Market held up exceptionally well.

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Too Much Debt?

Posted on January 7, 2014 by Orkhan Raguimov in Real Estate

Did you know that the average Canadian has approximately $27,000 in consumer debt, not including mortgages? Statistics Canada also reports that the total debt, including mortgages, has climbed to 165.75% of disposable income in the third quarter of 2013, meaning Canadians end up owing $1.66 for every $1 they earn in income.

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2014 GTA Housing Market Outlook

Posted on December 11, 2013 by Orkhan Raguimov in Real Estate

Today, RE/MAX Ontario published its 2014 Market Outlook for Greater Toronto Area. After a strong 2013, 2014 is expected to be even stronger in most parts of GTA. Prices are expected to edge up by 6% to an average price of $550,000 by the end of next year.

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Is It All About The Interest Rate?

Posted on November 5, 2013 by Orkhan Raguimov in Real Estate

Naturally, when shopping for a mortgage, one looks for the best interest rate possible. The amount of interest is the price you are paying for the mortgage, so the lower your interest payments, the better off you are. Is that always the case?

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