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Showing Your Rental Property

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Showing Your Rental Property When it comes to showing your rental property there are a few things to keep in mind.  Take it from a company that has literally gone through the process hundreds of times.  From before your potential renters arrive, to after they leave, there are certain steps you need to take to […]


Stihl and Harbourview

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Stihl and Harbourview There is no job too big or too small for Harbourview Property Management. When going gets tough, the tough use Stihl. Some people pronounce it “steel”, some call it “still”, but however you say it, they are Canada’s number one selling brand in outdoor power equipment. Harbourview has been using their products […]


Property Check

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Property Check Why should you have someone checking in on your property while you are away?  Think of it like a seatbelt while you’re driving.  Most days you can roll the dice and come out just fine.  But, when you need it most, you’ll thank your lucky stars that you have that safety net.  Harbourview […]


Increase Property Value

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If you are looking to instantly increase your property value, target these areas first.  There are a few simple things to tackle and upgrade that can quickly put more money in your pocket once it’s time to sell.  You can increase your return on investment nearly 5 times their cost.  This is the perfect time […]


A Quick Guide for Landlords

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Landlord Quick Guide: Being a landlord can certainly be a rollercoaster ride. Whether you like it or not your tenants can take you through highs, lows, and a hundred loops in between. If you are thinking of investing in an income property, or if you already have property and need some advice, the following can […]


Becoming a Landlord Part 2

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Investing in cash flow positive residential rental units or Becoming a Landlord Part 2 Welcome Back! Once you have a plan, it is time to start looking at properties, and this is where the 2nd set of challenges comes in, figuring out what to pay for an income property. Unlike when purchasing your home, there […]


Becoming a Landlord

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Investing in cash flow positive residential rental units or Becoming a Landlord Part 1 Late rent, damages to the building, tenants fighting… Why would anyone want to become a landlord? Well to be honest not everyone should be a landlord, just like options trading is not for everyone, some people simply do not have the […]