Due dilligence is key
Investing in real estate can be a great way to create a new stream of income, but it’s not without its risks. Without proper due diligence, those investing in real estate can face both legal and financial consequences that can quickly counteract any potential gains. This applies to every type of investment whether you want to be a landlord to residential tenants, start an AirBnB, or invest in a commercial property.
To help navigate the legal complexities of real estate investing, Bryan Thaw joined CTV’s Ask the Expert to answer viewer questions about the process. Whether you’re a seasoned investor or just starting out, watch to learn how to protect yourself and your investments from potential legal pitfalls.