Regardless of what is driving your decision to sell your home or downsize, you may also be torn on which housing option is the right choice for you at this particular stage in your life. Three options to consider are condominiums, life-lease properties, or rentals.
Time is precious, people. Technology is literally handing us all sorts of tools and features to save time and make it easier and safer to find an apartment!
While decisions on how and where to invest in housing properties often involve number crunching, there are many other considerations that come into play. Although Vionell Holdings is based in Brandon, there are many reasons as to why this family-owned property management firm is excited to enter the market in Portage la Prairie.
Most condo corporations in Brandon, Manitoba restrict exterior signage, alterations and decorations. This could even include anything placed inside a front window that is still visual from the exterior.
Moving can be stressful, overwhelming and definitely exhausting. It’s often difficult to remember all the things that you have to do, never mind trying to gather all the information that you need as a new renter. Be proactive and have a list of questions ready to ask.
If the new or returning post-secondary student hasn’t already secured a place to live, they may find themselves scrambling to find an apartment for the upcoming school year.
The changed laws in regard to cannabis will definitely have an impact on rental properties and condo developments.
An investment in real estate does have many advantages, but when it comes to managing the property there are professionals who can take that job off your hands and make your life that much easier.
Tenants insurance means more than just protecting the loss of your personal items; there are three key components that makeup tenant’s insurance as a whole.
The question that many developers and investors are left wondering is: could funding be made available for profit companies to allow a portion of their units to be designated as affordable housing units instead of centralizing all the units within one community/building?