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Investing in Turnkey Opportunities

Ever considered investing in real estate, but are not sure if you have what it takes to become a landlord? Frankly, property management is not for everybody - particularly, if it is hands-on. Property managers not only need to have the time to make themselves available on short notice, but also the people skills to deal with tenants. The good news is, you CAN invest in real estate, without the hassle.

We present to our clients a unique opportunity to build equity, while leaving the entire property management aspects to the professionals. Our team has access to several brand new developments, all of which are within driving distance of the GTA. We carefully select each area based on its projected growth, desirability in the rental market, and potential ROI for the parties concerned. It can take months of research and comparison before a solid decision is made on where to invest. Fortunately, for our clients, we already have the needed data right at our fingertips.

Once the purchase is complete, everything will be taken care of on your behalf. Tenant screening and approval, contract preparation and finalization, and all maintenance requirements will be handled by the experts. All you would ever need to do is patiently wait for your investment to increase in value. Whether you are looking for a 5-year growth plan, or planning to keep an income-generating property for the long term, we have a wide range of opportunities to offer you.

In any business, teaming up with experienced professionals is the best way to learn and progress. For a list of available or upcoming developments, please get in touch with us. We would love to take some time to learn about your investment goals and assist in aligning you with the right opportunities to make things happen for you.


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