Monthly Archives: September 2013

Attention Landlords – We’re Good But We’re Not God!

Naturally in our line of work we have the opportunity to assist landlords with the headaches they cause themselves by accidentally renting to bad tenants.  From what we see selecting the right tenant is the most important step in the real estate rental business. Tenancy laws throughout Canada differ greatly, but they all set out […]

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Generation Y – Inflation, what’s that?

“Today, we have a group of twenty, thirty and even fortysomethings who know little about bond selloffs, inflation or even what a normal Fed tightening cycle looks like” says Gluskin Sheff chief economist David Rosenberg in a note to clients. If he’s right, even standing still will set you back. Inflation means higher prices for […]

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