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Download the FREE “7 Questions to Ask Yourself When Deciding to Incorporate” Report

To incorporate or not incorporate, that is the question I get the most from real estate investors during my speaking events.

And it’s completely understandable why someone would want to incorporate their real estate portfolio as there are tax advantages to doing so.

But incorporating is not right for every investor. There are many factors to determining if it’s the right move for your real estate business or not.

In this report I break down those determining factors into 7 easy questions you need to ask yourself before you go looking for a professional real estate accountant to help you set up a corporation for your income properties.

Best of all… the report is completely FREE! Just fill out the web form and you’ll receive a PDF in your email inbox.

Download the FREE “6 Tax Tips that Flippers or Renovators Should Not Miss” Report

With the 1 million immigrants coming to Canada in the next 3 years (historically about 40% come to Ontario), it’s almost inevitable that we’ll have housing shortages and crazy rental increases. It’s basic economic principal – supply and demand. High demand and low supply = high prices.

Fortunately (for people who are already in the market) and unfortunately (for people who don’t have properties yet), we must learn to deal with the rising real estate prices.

For the smarter ones (i.e. real estate investors), they may even take advantage of these rising home prices and make some quick profits by flipping properties.

So, what are the 6 tax tips we have for real estate flippers and renovators?

Download the FREE “How to Calculate Tax Payable on the Sale of Your Rental Properties?” Report

The Tax Man is often the most ignored partner in your business.

He usually gets a big chunk of your return.

For those of you who are considering selling your principal residence, you can be reassured that you likely won’t have to pay any tax on your home provided that you meet certain conditions.

For those of you who are considering selling one of your investment properties, the tax implication can be a bit more complicated.

There are two steams of income you would need to pay tax on: (1) capital gain and (2) recapture. Download the report to learn more.

Download the FREE “7 Land Development Tips for Real Estate Developers” Report

Have you ever considered investing in land development? This area of real estate investing often eludes most people. This report provides 7 tips for income property investors to smoothly transition into the world of land development.