Entries Tagged as 'fundamental analysis'

Greg Romundt – BNN Interview

November 11th, 2010 · Comments Off on Greg Romundt – BNN Interview · REIT

Greg Romundt, CEO & Trustee of Centurion REIT did a very interesting interview on BNN. For those of you who are invested in apartment buildings he brought a very interesting graph of private REIT values as well as a graph showing public REITs and their correlation to the stock market. He also talks about residential […]

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Real Estate is Still a Great Investment

September 10th, 2010 · 4 Comments · Buying or Selling Your Property, Commercial Property, Property Management, Rental Property

It’s starting to happen, everywhere on the web and in the newspapers there’s doom and gloom about the real estate market. Today on Thicken My Wallet there’s a post asking Is Real Estate Is A Good Investment?. It’s time to go shopping that’s what I say! I already did a post about this in March […]

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Question About A Negative Cap Rate Purchase

August 19th, 2010 · 4 Comments · Buying or Selling Your Property, Personal House, Property Management, Rental Property

I received a great question yesterday about a couple considering buying a cash flow negative property. Rachelle, I really enjoy your blog and have found it to be a very useful source of information. My wife and I live in an Ontario city with a very high vacancy rate and downward trending real estate prices.  […]

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Did HST cause The Housing Slump?

August 17th, 2010 · 7 Comments · Buying or Selling Your Property, Personal House

In today’s news, irritating me, is this article out of Vancouver HST a Prime Suspect in Home Buying Chill. What are they smoking out there? Perhaps I can help illuminate this situation for them. HST is the least of the culprits. The average house price in Vancouver is a mind blowing $658,000 The all important […]

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Buying an Income Property

June 28th, 2010 · 2 Comments · Buying or Selling Your Property, Rental Property

Frugal Trader was kind enough to publish a most informative post that I wrote at Million Dollar Journey, one which is extremely important.  It’s called Landlord Math – Cap Rate and Return On Investment. I don’t imagine how people invest without knowing this kind of information but people do. Some even do very well. Certain […]

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