97 Tips for Canadian Real Estate Investors by Don R. Campbell

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Investing in real estate in Canada has never been more popular. From Vancouver to Halifax, Canadian investors--both novice and veteran--are generating wealth through one of the best investment vehicles available. On the heels of the hugely successful Real Estate Investing in Canada (0-470-83588-5), Don Campbell returns with a digest of strategies and advice for the investor, gleaned from the experience of four leading mortgage, finance, legal and investment experts.

97 Tips for Canadian Real Estate Investors will be an essential addition to every real estate investor's library. Filled with proven, real-life Canadian-specific examples and strategies, all readers will find this book to be one of the best and most valuable investments that they will ever make.

 

About Don R. Campbell

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Don R. Campbell is the author of the Canadian bestseller Real Estate Investing in Canada, a book that all real estate investors should have as an action tool and reference. Don is president of the Real Estate Investment Network(REINTM), whose membership exceeds 1,400 successful Canadian investors and whose investment in Canadian residential real estate tops $1.25 Billion.In his real estate seminars, Don shares his years of hands-on experience as he teaches strategies in live workshops across the country (www.reincanada.com,) that he has personally tested in the real world. He has helped inventors achieve their dreams and charities such as Habitat for Humanity benefit from his enterprise?Peter Kinch is the Owner and Senior Mortgage Broker of The Mortgage Centre-Canadian Mortgage Team in Vancouver, B.C. Over the past several years, he has been working extensively with real estate investors and has gained invaluable expertise and insight into their unique financing needs. As such, investors are seeking him out as he has  developed the 5-year Action PlanTM, which helps to determine the best mortgage solution, whether it be a single purchase or the development of a real estate portfolio.Peter Kinch is the author of The Mortgage Broker of the Mortgage MinuteTM, which can be heard daily on NEWS 1130 in Vancouver, and is a regular featured guest on City TV, CKNW News Radio, Realty V and the National Post Business Report, also heard on NEWS 1130. Kinch is a contributing author to the Western Investor, Home Makeover Magazine and other publications.Barry McGuire while at law school, had his first opportunity to invest in real estate. He had a friend who seemed to be buying every house near the University of Alberta, renting it out and building a real estate empire. McGuire was a student and needed a place to stay while going to law school, so he used his student loan for the down payment and quickly found five other students who also needed a place to stay. The positive cash flow was tremendous and replaced the missing student loan. Better yet, three years later, the property had tripled in value!This early lesson was not forgotten, and Barry continues to enjoy a diversified real estate investment portfolio. Thirty years later, Barry's legal practice3 is focused exclusively on real estate.Over the years, Barry has had extensive involvement with he Alberta Real Estate Association in preparing and teaching credit courses for real estate agents. He has also taught these courses for the real Estate Training Institute, an independent trainer of real estate professionals.In his daily legal practice at Ritchie ill Law Office in Edmonton, Alberta, Barry loves to assist clients with the planning and consulting issues that help ensure successful real estate purchases. He believes that a sound education in real estate fundamentals is one of the best tools in any real estate investor's toolbox.Russell Westcott is a veteran real estate investor, researcher and educator. He is the General Manger of the Real Estate Investment NetworkTM. Westcott is recognized for his creative buying strategies,k which range from forming joint-venture partnerships to turning one property purchase into three or four through leverage financing. He has consistently purchased one property a month since he started to invest, and he shares his expertise with REIN members at REIN events.Russell lives his life around four principles: 1) health, happiness and enjoyment of  life; 2) family and relationships; 3) contribution and growth; 4)abundance and gratitude. He lives by his credo: "You can have anything in your life if you provide massive value that significantly improves people's lives."
 
Published December 23, 2009 by Wiley. 224 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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