How to Legalize a 2 Unit Property – Jerry Conlin/ The King of Loft Developments – Harry Stinson
Posted date : April 4, 2016In EVENTS, slidersComments Off on How to Legalize a 2 Unit Property – Jerry Conlin/ The King of Loft Developments – Harry Stinson
With the Durham market being one of the fastest growing communities in the GTA, it’s becoming more and more difficult to find single family homes that cash flow. So how do you turn a single family home into a cash flowing property in a fast paced market?
Learn the skills required to turn a single family home into a legal 2 unit cash-cow making machine.
Jerry Conlin is the Director of Municipal Law Enforcement and Licensing Services at the City of Oshawa. For 27 years Jerry has been enforcing and administering Oshawa’s By-laws, the last 10 years of which have been in the capacity of Director.
Harry Stinson the King of Loft Developments.
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve opened the mail, looked at my RRSP statement and sighed. “Seriously? That’s all I made this year?”
This month, Harry Stinson will provide you with options with your current retirement portfolio. .
Stinson was one of the first Toronto developers to recognize the potential for urban condominiums, develop residential lofts, convert old office and warehouse buildings and utilize computer animation and television infomercials in the sale of real estate.
Stinson founded and operated Harry Stinson Real Estate, which he built throughout the 1980’s and 1990’s to become Toronto’s leading condominium resale brokerage. Although independent, Stinson’s brokerage eventually held the largest residential market share in the central downtown core of any individual or franchise brokerage office.
Also at This Event Alex Bell will be with us to help ensure your property is protected. He is a commercial insurance broker who specializes in Real Estate. His entire practice is focused exclusively on working with real estate developers and investors. He has access to best in class solutions/products through every stage of the real estate cycle.