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#THECLOSERSDAILY : EPISODE 127: BANK SALES

I'm Justin Konikow. Welcome to episode 127 of The Closers Daily. This one has to do with bank sales and power of sales. So we were actually at a investors workshop for a friend and client of ours this morning and they were actually talking about how there's a lot of coaching companies that actually come up from the States and try to use the REO and short sale and bank sales tactics that they work really well down there up here and they don't necessarily apply. And that is true. The way that we do business is Canada is very different than the States. So say for an example you default of your mortgage. Your bank takes back your property. What they're gonna do is they're actually gonna do the power of sale process and they're gonna get the fair market value for the property and they're gonna take all the expenses and proceeds out of the sale. Now you gotta ask yourself, what happens if there's any extra money? Well, bank has to keep it right? Wrong. It actually goes back to the seller in Canada. One example of why things are different up here than they are down in the States. There's a lot more intricate detail when it comes to that stuff. If you guys have any questions let us know and we'll get them answered for you.

Disclaimer: "Although care has been taken to ensure the accuracy, completeness and reliability of the information provided, we assume all information is subject to change and should be verified independently by the buyer and their agents.”

#THECLOSERSDAILY : EPISODE 72: SNEAKY PETE

Closers Daily Episode Number 72. So when you're looking at a property for the first time, you can get overwhelmed with the overall look of the house. And the big ticket items that you don't really notice some of the little things, and one thing that we've notice a couple times doing multiple inspections is when you're inspecting your property, sometimes when you're going through the basement you'll find these sellers who are out there we like to call them "Sneaky Petes" and they stack things up in front of issues that they want to cover up in the basement. Now, we tell our clients even when we list a property, when we're asking them for disclosures, it's not a big deal if there was something that happened, whether a roof leak or a foundation leak, or anything like that. We wanna be as transparent as possible to avoid problems down the road. We actually want to disclose them and what was done to fix them, so everybody is on the same page, and you don't run into problems. "Sneaky Petes" are the ones who will stack boxes up in front of say, a crack in the foundation that they don't want to disclose, and wanna hide it prior to closing. Those are the ones that end up becoming big problems, and you wanna watch out for. Always look at the little things. Don't get drawn in by the big

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#THECLOSERSDAILY : EPISODE 67: OFF MARKET BONANZA

Closers Daily episode 67. So we're always giving out tips and whatnot at the beginning of the closers series. We promised we'd give you off market properties before they're actually listed, so here's a couple for ya. 322 Fleming is coming up, it's a student rental, it's vacant, freshly painted, clean, ready to rock. It's gonna hit the system next Tuesday. 1212 Thamesridge Crescent is in Hunt Club West, 629k, knockout property. It goes live tomorrow as well, there's gonna be an open house Saturday and Sunday. We also have 1570 Richmond Street, unit number 44, getting another student rental property. Ready to rock, it's been painted, clean, carpet, everything's being done this weekend as well. Perfect for owner-occupier. Actually both Flemming and that property, and then we actually have two more coming up near western as well. One of them could be a turn key student rental property, it's already got five tenants in it, and another one could actually be an old north conversion or student rental. Stay tuned for those two and hopefully you found some value in that. Take care.

Disclaimer: "Although care has been taken to ensure the accuracy, completeness and reliability of the information provided, we assume all information is subject to change and should be verified independently by the buyer and their agents.”