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Why You Shouldn’t Neglect Your HVAC Systems

Owning a home, for the majority of Canadians, is the largest investment an individual will make in their lifetime, whether it is a primary residence or as a source of income. Regardless, a home is a sophisticate structure that shelters us from the elements

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How Much Profit Did We Make?

How Much Profit Did We Make? Townhouse Fix and Flip – Episode Three Hi everyone, welcome back to episode number 3 of this three part series where we are looking at a townhouse fix and flip that we did in Barrie, ON. So let’s

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What’s The Deal With Pet’s?

What’s The Deal With Pet’s? There is a sheepdog sized misconception about pets and renting in Ontario. Let’s see if we can groom out the details and clarify the terms surrounding fluffy and snowball and your rights as a landlord. To begin, separate your

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Townhouse Fix & Flip: Episode Two – After

Townhouse Fix & Flip: Episode Two – After Well here it is, episode two of the fix and flip series featuring a townhouse in Barrie, Ontario, Canada. This project took some time, more than anticipated but now that it’s done and completed, I have

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End Unit Townhouse For Sale

This end unit townhome located at 63 Ferris Lane in Barrie is simply put, a great location. Minutes to hwy 400, restaurants, malls, stores on Bayfield St and Cundles North Station, public transit right out front on Ferris Lane. This townhome has been completely

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What Is An N4 And When To Use It

What is an N4 and when to use it The N4 notice is one of the most valuable tools a Landlord has in managing their tenancies. Served in due time and completed correctly, this notice enables a Landlord to effectively terminate a tenancy for

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But I Got A Guarantor!

So your tenant applied for your rental property and he or she was not the ideal applicant due to low credit score or lower than ideal income. So they offered to have a parent or a friend sign as a guarantor for them. What

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My Tenant Owes Me $4,000, What Do I Do Now?

Your tenant owes you $4000.00 in rent. What do you do? Well, let’s rewind a little bit and I’ll explain how to avoid this situation. The first and most important step in being a landlord is screening your tenant applicants. This is where a

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