Free Tour Of Toronto Investment Properties

Hi there,

I hope you had a great weekend and are having a good start to your week.

This Saturday morning on November 3rd at 10:30am, I will be conducting a tour of three Toronto investment properties in the GTA. You will learn how to scrutinize an income property for its investment merit and how to calculate the Return on investment, net operating income and cap rate . We will be starting sharp at 10:30am. We will be finished by no later than 12pm. There is no cost nor obligation for this tour.

RSVP by no later than this Thursday evening if you are planning to attend. Simply reply to this post to indicate you are interested. This will be on a first come first serve basis and will be the last tour for this year.

Once you have confirmed your attendance, you will get another e-mail on Friday letting you know where we will be meeting first.

I look forward to hearing back from you and seeing you soon. Have a wonderful rest of your day.

Michelle Read

(416) 879-7323

Personal Real Estate Consultant…for Life

*Not intended to solicit properties or anyone currently under an agency agreement with another real estate brokerage.

2 Responses to “ “Free Tour Of Toronto Investment Properties”

  1. An investment property should generate adequate rental income with minimal expenses and provide consistent positive cash flow. The biggest mistake investors make is they look for property in markets and locations where prices have been increasing in the recent years rather than looking for property that has intrinsic value, better cash flow and in already excellent condition with roof, plumbing, heating and cooling components that are less than ten years old with enough life span left to minimize major expenditures in next five years.

    When deciding on a property, investors should use four important professionals.

    First very important professional is an experienced real estate agent to find the right property.

    The second important professional is an expert building inspector who can provide a comprehensive property condition assessment.

    The third important professional is a smart mortgage broker to find the best suitable financing.

    The fourth important professional is a very caring lawyer to look after the legal aspects.

    Investors also need a competent accountant to manage the accounting and provide with proper tax advice and a reasonable building contractor to perform the routine maintenance and renovations.

    • Michelle says:

      Hi Nalliah, I agree with everything you have said and actually teach that you can’t do it alone and to ensure that you have a trusted team of advisors such as those you have mentioned. I also teach my investor’s to find a property in an up and coming area as opposed to one that is already triple A so that you have an up side to the market over time. Thank you for your comments.