Rethink Risk

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http://www.agf.com/static/en/learning-centre/rethink-risk/index.html?utm_medium=Partner&utm_source=Youtube&utm_campaign=YOUTUBE-PRE-TRUEVADV-RR-042014&utm_content=Version%201%20-%20640×360&WT.mc_id=YOUTUBE-PRE-TRUEVADV-RR-042014

 

AGF Investment website and wanted to share it with you

Please click on this link:

http://www.agf.com/static/en/learning-centre/rethink-risk/index.html?utm_medium=Partner&utm_source=Youtube&utm_campaign=YOUTUBE-PRE-TRUEVADV-RR-042014&utm_content=Version%201%20-%20640×360&WT.mc_id=YOUTUBE-PRE-TRUEVADV-RR-042014

 

It touches so many key questions

1)  Can I lose money in a short period of time?

2)  Will I have enough money for retirement?

3)  Can I lose money on my fixed income investments?

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Condo Act Review Hurts Condo Owners

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by Linda Pinizzotto,

Realtor and Founder President CEO Condo Owners Association (COA)

 

Condo Owners, Condo Buyers and the General Public need to ask a basic question “How much will the Condo Act Review cost Tax Payers?

The Ministy of Consumer Service hired the Public Policy Forum to oversee the consultations of the Review Stages 1, 2, and 3.    The Condo Owners Association believe that the process is flawed and PPForum have overlooked or maybe avoided or buried some very ...

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Transient Rental Accommodations Huge Problem

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By:  Linda Pinizzotto,  Founder, President CEO Condo Owners Association

Major problems with short-term rentals;  also know as transient rental accommodations.  Did you realize that all residential condominiums have a declaration that spells out the guidelines for the condominium.   What is really important is clauses related to single-family residence usage because it will prevent residents from rental out rooms to non-family members.  The standard is a one year lease on rental units but there could also be a provision to allow  no ...

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Strong, united voice would help protect condo owners

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TheSpec.com   By   Al MacRury   July 31, 2012

Condominium owners have a lengthy list of complaints, but often wonder if anyone’s listening.

Usually, it includes rising condo fees, lack of building maintenance and suspicions about their property managers.

“My son lives on the top floor of a condo building in Toronto,” Audrey Know told Action Line. “Last September, he noticed a leak in his second bedroom. He took photographs and informed the management company. They have sent in workers who still cannot ...

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