Residential houses, like families, vary widely. Because of their small size, condominiums are attractive residential buildings in urban locations like Toronto. Vacation homes are often second homes located in a popular tourist destination. These homes are ideal for family vacations and are usually hired out for days or weeks at a time. While the sizes, locations, and purposes of these properties vary, they are all classified as residential real estate and reap many of the same benefits, including a cheaper cost of investment.
It’s difficult to maintain the pace of all facets of the Canadian real estate market today. However, if you select an experienced and qualified agent, he or she will walk you through the entire residential real estate investment procedure. It saves a significant amount of money and time. I work with my clients to determine their risk tolerance, expectations, and timeline, and then match them with the best opportunity to fulfill their needs.