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Monday, December 14, 2020   /   by Ernie Arrizza

What Do Vaccines Mean for the Real Estate Market?

It is hard to imagine that in a pandemic, the Real Estate numbers have shot through the roof in the past 9 months. Nobody could have predicted that there would be a mass exodus out of city's and move to anywhere but. 


When the pandemic started in March many of my clients opted to halt their Real Estate ventures and stay put. A month later, people started to feel cramped in their space and start looking beyond to see if they could afford a place with a backyard, some space and a home office. Many people did that and prices outside of the city core exploded. Prices also exploded all the way to Windsor and outskirts where nobody thought of. Find a nice peaceful town, with a backyard and pool, that's what people did. 


Places near the city with these features went through the roof, the reason being, it was outside enough of the city core, but had land and space inside an actual house. We are still seeing a trend going upward daily and right now. Each sale spurts the mark ...

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Friday, December 4, 2020   /   by Ernie Arrizza

People Will Be Begging to Go Back To Work. Real Estate Up?

It's pretty bleak right now. Nothing is positive in many people's minds. People are stuck at home, people are stuck home schooling their kids, people are out of work and the list goes on and on. 
The state of commercial real estate is in dire straits like we've never seen before, businesses boarded up, and the ones still in business are hanging by a thread. 
There will be hope coming when things go back to normal and businesses that once would never thrive will. 
Have you ever wondered why the stock market goes down and everybody cries but then a few days later the stock market comes back roaring with a vengeance to break records. It just happened. The same thing will happen with businesses and people in general. 
At the beginning of the pandemic when people started working from home everybody loved it. That was the general sense. I don't have to go into work, I don't have to travel, I don't have have to spend money, dress up, and talk to anybody. Now the generan ...

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Friday, December 4, 2020   /   by Ernie Arrizza

Selling Your Investment Property? Some Things to Consider.

It's an easy decision. Sell the extra investment because right now its down. I've spoken with many investors and I get it. Here are some reasons why you shouldn't be selling your investment right now that you may not be considering. 


Right now investment properties and rentals are at an all time low. Nobody wants to deal with those renters with all of their new regulations. Nobody. Here's the thing, you might want to think about keeping your property if you can. 


Some negative reasons for not selling right now. You will have to pay capital gains on that property. You will get the lowest price possible right now. You may have some government funds you are eligible for because you are a landlord. You may be eligible for some government grants. You may able to use this property as a right off. Depending on your business structure that is doing well right now, you may be able to use this property as a loss = pay less taxes next year. 


Do you sell a s; ...

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