Walking through the Agreement of Purchase and Sale in Ontario

Friday, August 19

Walking through the Agreement of Purchase and Sale in Ontario Click HERE to see a standard purchase and sale agreement in Ontario What is a purchase and sale agreement? It’s exactly how it sounds, it’s an agreement for the buyer to purchase and the owner to sell a property. There are many detail...


Renting Vs Buying a House

Thursday, August 18

Renting Vs Buying a House There are a ton of arguments about whether renting a house or buying a house is the best option, both definitely have their benefits but here is why I think renting a house is the better option. Buying When you buy a house you have to save up a large down payment, along...


How to flip a house?

Monday, August 15

Flipping houses is a great way to generate quicker money then a buy and hold. It’s a lot more riskier than wholesaling but is a lot more profitable. All of the strategies I talk about in these blogs all tie in together. For a flip, just like wholesaling and wholetaling, you’re still finding an un...


What is the BRRRR Strategy?

Thursday, August 11

What is the BRRRR strategy? The BRRRR strategy is an acronym that describes a popular investing strategy in Real Estate to buy a property and eventually own the asset with very little of your own money into it. To visualize this strategy we’re going to use an example of a 4 unit property. Wha...


What is the Wholetail Strategy?

Thursday, August 11

What is a Wholetail? As I said in my last blog, wholesaling is the art of finding an under market value property and assigning/selling the contract to an investor. Now what is a wholetail? It has a very similar name and it is a similar strategy but it also has its differences. The name wholeta...


What is wholesaling and how to get started?

Thursday, August 11

What is wholesaling and how to get started? Wholesaling (also called an assignment) is the act of finding a property for under market value, agreeing with the selling on one price and assigning/selling the contract to an investor for a higher price. An assignment fee can be any amount, I’ve seen...