Magnetic Signs

Magnetic 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 a full-time to a part-time Canadian real estate investor.

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Bandit Signs

Bandit Signs

As a professional Canadian real estate investor, one needs to be able to create many forms of advertising in order to attract quality deals that will generate massive and passive income.

Attracting the right deals

Obviously advertising is a huge part in attracting the right deals. As full-time Canadian real estate investors, we look for many different ways to advertise our business that do not cost us much money. One of the most economical methods of advertising is the bandit sign.

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Picking The Correct Date for Closing

Picking The Correct Date for Closing

As a full time Canadian real estate investor, we must take into consideration everything that may effect our bottom line. As an educated investor, we will continually increase our bottom line through a skills and techniques that  allow us to make much more money in every transaction.

A real estate investor’s career will see many types of deals. A vast number of these deals, as part of our training , will require zero money from the investor in order to make money. Another part of an investor’s career will include purchasing a property with their own  money, or a joint venture partner’s money.

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Mortgage Jargon – Part 1

Mortgage Jargon – Part 1

As a full time real estate investor, we will be getting a number of mortgages during our career.  It is best that we understand all of the mortgage jargon in order to fully understand our mortgage brokers, bankers, lenders, etc., not to mention the contracts we will be signing.

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Price IS Everything

Price IS Everything

As a full-time Canadian real estate investor, we must be able to attract deals to us which create massive and passive income on a regular basis. We of course have to be very cognizant of what we pay for each property, whether we are looking to purchase it ourselves or utilize it for the purpose of an assignment . We must be able to negotiate specific and necessary terms into each and every deal.

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Establishing a Proper Price for a Multi-Unit Building

Establishing a Proper Price for a Multi-Unit Building

As a full time Canadian real estate investor, we must be very conscious of how we are spending our time each day.  Considering time is our most precious commodity, we need to be spending it by doing as many deals as possible to be able to attract massive and passive income for ourselves.

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Getting The Seller To Pay All Closing Costs

Getting The Seller To Pay All Closing Costs

As a full time Canadian real estate investor, you will come across many situations that involve negotiation. Negotiation is key to your success. Understanding the methods of negotiation and all that is available to negotiate for is crical to making perhaps a good deal even better.

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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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Closing the Deal – Part 1-Legal Fees and Title Insurance

As a full time real estate investor in Canada, we will ultimately be involved in many types of deals.  There will be those that we will negotiate, tie up contractually,  and have a number of potential exit strategies we can select from to enable us to make a massive income by not ever closing on the property. This process will utilize O of our own capital and consequently, we will have O liability.  There will be, of course, those properties  that we will close on and purchase ourselves.

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Building an Entourage of Experts – Part 8- Choosing a Property Inspector

Building an Entourage of Experts – Part 8- Choosing a Property Inspector

If you missed the previous article – Creating your Entourage of Experts – Part 7 – Choosing a General Contractor

As a full-time Canadian real estate investor, we will be involved in many deals with no intention to close. We are able to make a lot of money on these deals.  There will ultimately be deals that we will purchase ourselves for the sake of flipping, and other deals that we utilize as long-term holds.

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