Investing in Real Estate

May 28, 2019 | Travis Stringer


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Many Canadians own real property in addition to their principal residence. These investment properties may include residential rental buildings, local retail plazas or small office buildings.

There are many potential options and considerations when it comes to investing in real estate, such as financing, liability and creditor protection, taxation, and estate planning. This article discusses the Canadian tax implications of investing in real estate for the purposes of earning rental income and explores some of the different ownership structures available to you.

Investing in Real Estate

As an owner of investment real estate, Travis has a realistic understanding of the issues and benefits of the asset class. Contact him today to learn more: Travis on Real Estate.

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