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Bandit Signs Part 2

Bandit Signs Part 2

If you missed the previous article – Bandit Signs

As a full time Canadian real estate investor, we must be continuously looking for new ways to drive business to us. We have to realize that we are our business and we must be responsible for our business. Our time is our most precious commodity so we must use it wisely.  Resting on previous triumphs or letting one or two realtor be the sole sources for your deals is a quick way to go from aq full time to a  part time investor.

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Tricks of the Trade

Tricks of the Trade

As a full-time Canadian real estate investor, we will both have short-term and long-term holds which generate both massive and passive income. With a typical long term hold, a lot of investors get themselves into the dubious position of being a landlord.

To create a better landlord-tenant relationship, and thus a better situation, there are a few tricks that you can utilize to decrease defaults, maintain longer tenancy, and be able to put the have responsible people in your units.

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Building our Entourage of Experts – Part 7- Choosing a General Contractor

Building our Entourage of Experts – Part 7- Choosing a General Contractor

 

If you missed the previous article – Creating your Entourage of Experts – Part 6 – Choosing an Insurance Agent

As a full-time Canadian real estate investor, we may find ourselves involved in deals for the purpose of  both portfolio building, as well as short-term holds for quick money.  We should  involve ourselves in as many "non-conventional" deals as possible, using zero of our own money, and having zero liability in any property.

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Referral-Based Investments

Referral-Based Investments

As a full-time Canadian real estate investor, we must be very cognizant of networking with the right people to help grow our business. We want to be creating massive and passive income for ourselves on a regular basis, and this will not come from relying on a realtor or two to build your portfolio. We must be creating multiple streams of income from many different sources in order to maintain a full-time position as a real estate investor.

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