Matthew Wilson, LLB, CS From time to time a purchaser will want to purchase real estate before the corporation that will own the real estate is incorporated. The agreement of purchase and sale might be entered into by an individual “in trust for a corporation to be incorporated without any personal liability”. Does this change what […]
It’s all about supply and demand. We have a shortage of single family listings, but we have an over-supply of condo listings (a lot of former AirBnb’s have come up for sale).
A flood in Fort McMurray this past spring costing $100 million in damages. A June hailstorm in Calgary, now ranking as the fourth largest claim in Canadian history at $1.2 billion. These are just two examples of recent catastrophic losses impacting insuranceacross the country and contributing to a hard market, where premiums are increasing andcapacity […]
CRA cracking down on abuse of principal residence exemptions, but their assessments aren’t written in stone Jamie Golombek: If it’s determined that you’re regularly buying and selling homes, you can be denied the PRE There are very few things that are tax-free: investment income in your TFSA, lottery and casino winnings, purchasing six or more […]
What is Asbestos? Where is it? Asbestos was often used in the construction of residential properties, particularly in the 1950s to 1970s. Asbestos was primarily used as an insulator because it is heat resistant and has a high tensile strength. It was contained in products such as pipe and duct insulation on heating systems, sealers […]