Tomas Cabrerizo Warns Real Estate Investors Against Spending Their Own Money

Cominar Real Estate Investment Trust Announces September 2013 Monthly Distribution

However, despite the many potential gains to be had in real estate investment, there are still plenty of places for novice investors to trip themselves up. One of the easiest mistakes to make, according to a recent Forbes article on the subject, is for investors to invest their own money in their real estate plans. Admittedly, says the article, this can seem like a good idea on the surface – especially today with the housing market making its comeback. Housing prices are on the rise again, and with interest rates that remain historically low, investors are still able to secure favorable financing. Such low interest rates have made real estate investments more attainable for a wider group of investors that do not plan to purchase “all-cash”.
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Real estate investors spark northern boom

In Fort St. John, Walmart has announced an expansion, and a new fire hall is being built. WestJet last spring revealed its new regional carrier would soon start servicing the northeastern town of 20,000.
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16, 2013 /CNW Telbec/ – Cominar Real Estate Investment Trust (“Cominar” or the “REIT”) ( CUF-UN.TO ) announced today a distribution of 12.0 cents per unit to unitholders of record as at September30, 2013 , payable on October 15, 2013 . PROFILE AS AT SEPTEMBER 16, 2013 Cominar Real Estate Investment Trust is the third largest diversified real estate investment trust in Canada and currently remains the largest commercial property owner in the Province of Quebec. The REIT owns a real estate portfolio of 493 properties in three different market segments, that is, go here now office buildings, retail buildings and industrial and mixed-use buildings. Cominar’s portfolio totals 36.8 million square feet spread out across Quebec, Ontario , the Atlantic Provinces and Western Canada .
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