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Don't Buy That Dream Spot On The Island Until You Listen To This

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Posted by Michael Campbell & Ozzie Jurock

on Wednesday, 17 August 2016 06:23

Ozzie Jurock says if you're thinking about that hot spot on a Gulf Island poke yourself with a sharp stick. There are definitely things to check out first. 

Last weeks Hot Properties with Ozzie Jurock: Real Estate: Underlying Strength

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Featured Guest: Jeff Olin's Basic Principle to Power Returns

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Posted by Michael Campbell & Jeff Olin

on Sunday, 14 August 2016 06:49

Since the summer of 2008 - Jeff Olin's Vision Capital has outperformed the TSX about 10 times over - and he says it's the best way to invest in real estate. Vision strives to seek out undervalued or overvalued Corporations and/or REITs both absolutely and relative to their peers. The Funds target investments that are expected to outperform on a medium term, risk adjusted basis.

 Also, speaking of performance Michael with Greg Weldon - On The Brink of Soaring Move Up In Gold & Silver

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Real Estate: Underlying Strength

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Posted by Michael Campbell & Ozzie Jurock

on Monday, 08 August 2016 05:33

Is Real Estate shakey Ozzie Jurock reveals all the numbers behind the real estate markets, volume, prices and trends.... plus Hot Properties!

Don't miss Mike's Editorial - Coming Soon: Another Quick Fix For Our Economic Mess

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Using a Home Equity Line of Credit to invest

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Posted by Kyle Green - Green Mortgage Team

on Tuesday, 02 August 2016 12:43

Whenever I meet an aspiring investor, one of the very first steps is to see if we can unlock home equity to use to invest in real estate or other investments. Many of you may have heard of the term before (or it’s shorthand name HELOC) but may not understand all of the benefits or how the product works. I am going to explain how the approval process works, what the advantages are and how to best use the product to maximize interest and tax savings.

How does a HELOC work?

A Home Equity Line of Credit is a product that, if you work with the right lender, is “re-advanceable”. This means that you get approved for a global limit of up to 80% of the value of your home, and are able to break that amount into chunks as you see fit. One of the neat things about a HELOC is that as you pay down the principal on the mortgage portion(s), those funds become automatically accessible to be re-borrowed within another mortgage or line of credit portion inside the “global limit”. This can be extremely advantageous that I point out later of how people have been able to save money in tax but also simply have access to capital.

Most of our clients that take a HELOC are interested in having money available to them to do renovations, pay for future expenses, invest in real estate or other investments, or simply to have funds available “just in case” (especially for those of you who are self employed). The most common setup is 1 mortgage portion for the amount they currently owe, and a line of credit limit to fill the remainder of the available credit (up to 80% of the property value combined with the mortgage amount).  

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Canada; The Myth Of An Epic Housing Bubble And The Next Great Housing Collapse

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Posted by Caiman Valores - Seeking Alpha

on Tuesday, 02 August 2016 08:05

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U.S. investors betting on an epic U.S. style housing bust occurring in Canada have been doing so for a considerable period with no clear proof.

Claims of a broad-economy wide housing bubble that is ready to burst are significantly overstated with no clear evidence that a bubble exists.

The majority of price growth is coming from Vancouver and Toronto and there are specific reasons supporting higher prices in those markets.

The conditions in Canada’s housing market are strikingly different compared to those that existed in the U.S. during the lead-up to the 2007 housing meltdown.

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