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Everything You Need To Know About Rent-to-Own Real Estate Taxation (Part 2)

In my last post, I discussed what factors were involved in determining whether or not an RTO (rent-to-own) arrangement should be considered as a business or capital in nature. I also mentioned that the 3 streams of income the landlord receives…
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Everything You Need to Know About Rent-to-Own Real Estate Taxation (Part 1)

This post is really important. It's basically the whole reason why I started this blog. You see, I've been doing accounting work for many years now, and have spent quite a bit of time involved with real estate as well. One thing I've noticed…
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Rent to Own Programs: The Best Passive Income Real Estate Investment in Canada

This year marks the 15th anniversary of my time spent living in Canada. I wake up every morning feeling grateful to live here in an established economy with freedom. Thinking back home to Hong Kong, where the housing market is so outrageous,…
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One Simple Step to Increase Your Cash Flow

Most real estate investors talk about monthly cash flow from their properties. Few recognize the tax impact on their cash flow. We own a few student rentals. Each house brings in about $500 to $1,000 before tax cash flow on a monthly basis.…