Rental income is the lifeblood of commercial real estate investing. In this article, we discuss best practices for collecting rent, as well as some 'don'ts' to avoid.
Real estate investing myths can hold you back from taking chances and making it big in real estate. Today on the blog, we unpack some common misconceptions about real estate investing, why they exist, and the facts behind them.
Today's post is all about NOI: what it is, how to calculate it, why it matters, and how to build it the right (and wrong!) way.
Sault Ste. Marie touts livability, affordability, resilience, and promising up-and-coming potential. If you're an investor looking to kickstart or strengthen your portfolio, now is the time to consider real estate investing in Sault Ste. Marie.
Cap rate is a useful tool for real estate investors. Today's post will explain how to calculate cap rate, why it matters when investing in real estate, and why smaller markets with higher cap rates could end up being the best long-term investment in your portfolio.
Today on the blog, we discuss how the COVID-19 vaccine deployment will shape Ontario's real estate market in 2021.
Crescendo Equity’s Reading List for Investors and Investor Hopefuls (The Best Real Estate Investment Books in 2021)
The more you study the field, the more tactical and confident your investment choices are bound to be. Today on the blog, we round up twelve real estate investment books that belong in your library if you're an investor or an investor hopeful.
In this article, we'll explore the trajectory of Ontario's multi-family segment, from the condo boom of the 2000s to today's resurgence of purpose-built rentals.
In today's article, we'll be discussing some companies and other entities that are bringing their electric vehicle operations to Northern Ontario cities—including Sudbury, Timmins, and Sault Ste. Marie—and the impact this will have on the job and real estate markets in these cities.
Today's article addresses the prospect of COVID-19 kick-starting a new commodities super-cycle and what this will mean for the economies and real estate markets in Northern Ontario cities, including Sudbury, Timmins, and Sault Ste. Marie.