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Understanding bidding wars for the Fall
 
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Here's the link to the $3.2 million dollar listing
Was government intervention a good thing?
Most Ontarians are concerned they don't pay enough property tax
Cutting property taxes might seem like something most people would be in favour of but the cost to local services and infrastructure make that undesirable for most Ontarians.

Even with the high cost of housing and rising mortgage rates, almost 6 in 10 in the province would not be in favour of lower property taxes if it meant cutting services, Nanos Research has found.. more
What one thing do successful people have in common?
1264 Eleanor Ave.  $399,000
Do you suffer from shiny object syndrome?
 
An Angus Reid Institute poll this week highlighted Canadians’ mounting frustration with housing prices, with many desiring additional policy measures from the government.

However, according to Kathleen Black, government intervention in the housing market has had a markedly deleterious effect on buyers, particularly those buying their first homes. more
Venture gets a 5-page spread in top magazine
Congratulations to Martin Kuev and Chris Shebib on their spread in the latest edition of Real Estate Wealth, a top magazine for investors.Their story about how anyone can become a millionaire is inspiring and should only lead to an even bigger and stronger Venture Investment Property Group.

I'd leave a link, but perhaps you should go buy a copy!

(Here's a link to the subscription page. It's a great mag if you don't already subscribe)
A Four Bedroom Bungalow (on main floor) on a quiet dead end street, in a desirable area of Preston. First time for sale in 49 years.  Has an extra deep carport and lots of parking. Beautiful backyard is mostly fenced with garden area and a storage shed. Apx. Reno's for duplexing: $110,000.
Single family homes in the area list for $500 plus
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What type of investment to buy?
Next Kick Start Class: Sept.26th
Featured Listing:
Kitchener
125 Shantz Ave. $449,000
Upstairs has been fully renovated and downstairs partially. Great location with minimal investment. Apx. Reno's for duplexing: $60,000
What are the rules in Kitchener?
With Hamilton prices on the rise, some of our investors have been starting to look elsewhere. Cities like St. Catharines and Brantford were on the list and though a few investors have had success in St. Catharines, the City is becoming difficult to deal with. Places like Brantford and Kitchener are welcoming investors however and making the reno/ egalization process much more friendly.
Here's a look at Kitchener's requirements for duplexing.