Is it safe to Buy? Is it safe to Sell?
Today we interview Ray Zammit, a well known Mississauga home inspector with Housemasters. Learn how COVID19 has impacted how home inspections are done in today's real estate market.
We discuss the Covid-19 pandemic, and how it is affecting the Toronto and Mississauga real estate market. Review new protocols for the real estate industry, plus our forecast for eventual economic recovery.
We look at 2019 real estate sales and prices for Toronto and Mississauga, and offer a forecast for 2020. Find out where the market is headed, and why we believe the strength in real estate will continue. Original video at Randy Selzer Real Estate Channel
Mortgage expert Roberto Pelaccia shows how to pay off your mortgage and pay for your kids' education, by leveraging the equity in your home. Learn how to buy an investment property and accelerate your financial success. Reach Roberto at 905-466-5023 .
Today's special guest is Maricel Ramos, a Certified Financial Planner in the Greater Toronto Area, who provides an introduction to financial and tax planning for business owners. Learn about tax and succession planning for business, whether you own a sole proprietorship, or a large or small company. Maricel Ramos can be reached at 647-862-5280.
We interview Vadim Koltsov, director of Mississauga Fine Arts Academy. Find more information at https://www.facebook.com/MississaugaFineArtsAcademy/ or call direct at 905-276-0251
Special guest Robin Singh of Sandler Training explains how sales professionals can understand four basic personality types to increase sales. Podcast listeners get a free e-book "Why Salespeople Fail, and What You Can Do About It" by submitting your name & email to Robin. Also, one lucky listener will win a free Sandler 10 week course! Reach Robin at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call direct 647-988-1037.
The Canadian government allows first time buyers of real estate to withdraw money from their Registered Retirement Savings Plans, tax-free, to help with the down payment. The withdrawal amount was recently increased from $25K to $35K per person. We explain briefly how the system works, including the requirement to pay back the funds over a 15 year time frame.
We review something new from the Canadian government pertaining to real estate and home ownership - the "First Time Buyers Incentive". Due to take effect in September 2019, this proposes an interest free loan for first time real estate buyers, of up to 5% on an existing property, and of up to 10% on new build construction, which would only be repayable when the property is sold. Certain restrictions apply.