For University of Guelph students’ parents, after a first year perhaps in residence, it becomes time to ponder the next step when it comes to living arrangements.
Stone counter tops, hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, soaring ceilings, walk in showers, en suite bathrooms, walk in closets, lots of storage.
For years, the Guelph investment game was pretty simple.
Purchase property for X, rent it for Y, and after all of your expenses are paid,
All neighborhoods need the fundamentals like road infrastructure, schools, grocery stores (unless you’re in the East End apparently), some parks and greenery.
Love is in the air at this time of year. So, hopefully you have the more personal aspects of your Valentine’s Day season sorted out by now.
Until more recently, it was pretty much expected that when you decided to make an offer on a house, it wasn’t just a matter of whether you could purchase it for below the asking price,