Blog

Where We Share our Knowledge with You

January 29, 2018

posted by: Allie Langohr
News/Blog Photo

Are Single Property Websites Right for You?

If you're managing multiple properties, finding engaging and unique ways to have them stand out against millions of other listings is a constant battle. Many landlords and property managers are turning to single property websites to help their properties be seen and to quickly reduce their vacancies. Think you could benefit from a single property website? We're here to help you determine if a single property website is right for you.   Do you have a functional and updated website that lists all of your properties? Multi-property websites help to build your brand, reputation, and online presence. Having a strong foundation in each of these areas is beneficial to the success of a single property website. If you have excelled in these areas already, then it may be worth investing in single property websites that will feature select properties and show them off in...
If you're managing multiple properties, finding engaging and unique ways to have them stand out against millions of other listings is a constant battle. Many landlords and property managers are turning to single property websites to help their properties be seen and to...

October 11, 2016

posted by: Yahoo Finance - ca.finance.yahoo.com
News/Blog Photo

Renting is increasingly becoming the best option

Moshe Milevsky has noticed a change of attitude in the 20-somethings he teaches in his finance class at York University's Schulich School of Business in Toronto. "I have 90 students in the class and I was discussing home ownership. They view [it] as something unattainable. It's almost as if they've sort of given up on that idea," he says. With semi-detached houses in Toronto averaging close to $800,000 and detached going for $1.2 million, it's not surprising that young Torontonians might have trouble envisioning getting into the market at any level. The sympathetic would include other wanna-be homeowners who have watched the affordable pockets of the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) close up as the city's home prices have risen more than 15 per cent over the past year alone, and roughly doubled over the past decade. Continue reading on Yahoo...
Moshe Milevsky has noticed a change of attitude in the 20-somethings he teaches in his finance class at York University's Schulich School of Business in Toronto. "I have 90 students in the class and I was discussing home ownership. They view [it] as something...