Over the years, I’ve come to see that it’s not just talent or qualifications that make the ideal employee – it’s their habits, attitude, and work ethic that can make the difference between someone I hire and promote, and someone who will not succeed at the job.

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Stress is inevitable, but how you handle it, is not. Years ago, I took the advice I received during a skiing lesson and applied it to my life. Now, when I start to feel stressed, I adjust my stance…

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Skillful management of family holdings requires a unique blend of personal and business skills. You need to be able to understand and manage group dynamics, know how to blend and balance family goals with business goals – and have the required experience managing a property day-to-day. Over the years, we’ve found that some basic practices can make all the difference…

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When you buy a property, your real estate agent may offer to manage it for you. Should you take them up on their offer? Before you decide, find out the answers to the following questions…

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As a landlord, you need to collect enough information from potential renters to make an informed decision, while still respecting their privacy. But as the protection of personal information becomes a hot topic, what can you ask? We give you some guidelines…

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The upcoming legalization of recreational marijuana is creating concerns for BC landlords, who are afraid that cannabis growing and smoking in their properties could cause damage and disturb other tenants. Learn more about how BC’s new, retro-active legislation will impact you…

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