How to choose the best real estate investment properties for investors
When looking for real estate investments, it’s often difficult to decide which properties are the best for your specific goals.
Real estate investors often seek properties with an attractive property price that they can afford, and these properties are often the best investments.
Here are the five best properties for investment.
The Globe and Mail’s Robyn Riddle, who has written a book about real estate investing called Real Estate Investing: The Ultimate Guide, talks to real estate investors about which properties they’d recommend for investing.
Robyn: When I was young, my parents bought a home in Scarborough.
I didn’t like the neighborhood.
My parents were a little older and were very strict about what they were allowed to do in the house.
They didn’t let me build my own garage.
So I didn.
I built a garage out back and they never allowed me to build a house there.
I’d like to think I was smart enough to know that the garage was in my backyard.
But when I was in middle school, they took it away.
They had me move in with my parents and my stepfather, and I’m still living there now.
My dad had been a real estate agent for a long time, and my mom had been in real-estate management for a little while, and we were very close, and he was always interested in buying homes and building houses.
He didn’t want to sell it to somebody else.
So he took it out and he bought it, and then he went on to buy a house on the north side of town, right across from the University of Toronto, which was the largest residential university in the city.
He sold the house a year later for $3.3 million, and they said, “We’re not letting you build that house any more.”
I didn, too.
I just thought, I’d rather do this as a hobby.
I went into real estate, I did some research, and the next day I came to Toronto, I started looking for properties, and when I found them, they were amazing.
I bought a $2.5 million house, a $4.2 million house for $2 million.
That was in the suburbs.
When I first moved in, I was living in the neighbourhood I grew up in, which is really nice, but I was never a realtor, and it was a very, very small neighbourhood.
I had never seen a house with any kind of roof.
I never had any idea what it looked like.
And I never saw a driveway in the front yard, because the front-yard area is really private.
And the back-yard was a huge, huge, messy mess.
I was like, “I can’t afford that.”
I bought this property.
Rob: I had no idea what to expect when I first went in.
When you bought the house, how did you decide what to buy?
What was your plan?
When I got the deal, I said, Oh, I’m buying this property because I want to live in this neighbourhood.
The way I look at it, I bought the property because my parents wanted to buy it.
I thought it was an amazing investment, and in the end I sold it for $4 million and put it into a trust, because it was just a horrible property.
And my dad bought it for me, and now I have it as a gift.
I’m going to put it on the mantelpiece, because I’m a real-tor.
I love to do that.
So it was one of the best decisions I’ve made.
Rob’s father sold the home for $1.4 million to his son, who’s now the chief executive of the real estate firm L’Oréal Canada.
Rob and his wife bought the home in 2006, but they never realized it at the time.
Rob is a realty broker, and his father had bought the first house that they bought and was selling it.
So they decided to go with L’Oreal, and their first property was just the garage.
I think that was my first real estate property, but that garage is where I really began my career.
So now I live there.
Rob explains the decision to live with his father in Scarborough, Ontario, after he was let go from real estate.
Rob said, I wanted to live next door to my father.
We’ve lived next door for three years now, and you know what?
He’s a realist.
He knows that when you move out of your parents house, that’s a good thing.
When we were living in Scarborough for two years, he started working at the Scarborough Real Estate Board.
So my dad’s the biggest real estate guy in Scarborough right now.
So we have a good relationship, and everything was going well until I was laid off.
My whole life has been built on being in Scarborough with my father and my mother.
And then I just started to realize that