Author: Douglas Gray
Publication Date: 04/04/2007
Best-selling Canadian real estate author will guide readers through the process of buying a recreational property. Vacation property in BC and Ontario has doubled in value in the past three years. For the potential buyer of vacation property, the cost of entry is stiff, and buying a second property can be a potential minefield. Anyone who has bought a second property has stories to tell of unexpected costs and undetected problems. It is imperative that due diligence be carried out. This book can be used as part of that process, as it will help buyers to: Buy the right property, for the right reasons, in the right location Exercise caution when buying with family members or friends Ensure the investor understands all of the risks and benefits Find the experts they need such as a home inspector, lawyer, and banker Understand the issues of succession planning to avoid family squabbles and defer capital gains on the sale of the property All Canadians seeking information on how to buy and sell recreational property will find Buying a Recreational Property in Canada required reading.
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