Making Money in Real Estate by Douglas Gray
The Essential Canadian Guide to Investing in Residential Property

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Successful real estate investments play an essential role in Canadian investors' portfolios. The growth in wealth in real estate markets has presented investors with tremendous opportunities to capitalize on and expand their range of investments, and has moved real estate investing from a niche product to a pillar of smart portfolio diversification. In Making Money in Real Estate, 2nd Edition, Douglas Gray demystifies the Canadian real estate market for novice investors and presents new strategies for veteran investors. Learn to: Understand the real estate market cyclesFind a property and assess its investment potentialBuild a trustworthy real estate teamArrange financing on good termsUse negotiating tactics that workUnderstand tax and legal issuesManage a propertyAvoid the pitfalls that many investors fall intoExamine the pros and cons of non-residential property investment options

Readers of previous editions will appreciate the vital changes to mortgage rules, taxation and legislation, and the inclusion of information on commercial real estate. Thorough coverage in plain English makes Making Money in Real Estate, 2nd Edition the next logical step for investors who want to begin or expand their real estate portfolios, and is a critical and indispensable tool in investment decision making.


About Douglas Gray

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DOUGLAS GRAY, B.A., LL.B., formerly a practicing lawyer, has extensive experience in all aspects of real estate and mortgage financing. He has acted on behalf of buyers, sellers, developers, investors, lenders and borrowers. In addition, he has over 35 years of personal experience investing in real estate. He is the author of 26 best-selling real estate, business and personal finance books, and is as well a consultant and columnist. Mr. Gray is president of the Canadian Enterprise Development Group Inc. and lives in Vancouver, BC. His website is
Published February 14, 2012 by Wiley. 424 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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