News From Suzanne Reid
The sun is shining more every month now and days are getting longer. We can get out of our homes, stretch our legs, enjoy the fresh air a little, get some exercise, and have more outdoor distancing visits with family and friends.
Kingston, Ontario was officially declared COVID-19 free as of last week, with all cases resolved, no deaths, no one on a ventilator, and no new cases since!
I`ve spent the last couple of months continuing my work with tenants and working on a project that has been on hold as per government health regulations for many work sectors to put business on hold for now, which has meant no construction. There is always a lot to do in the meantime, such as submitting building permits and planning with contractors, banking/mortgage adjustments, AKA being real estate COVID-creative. There are always ways of getting things done!
Firstly, I made sure to check in with tenants to see if they were aware of government programs if they required help, and to ask if there was anything I could do to help them out, but they are quite independent and happy to work from home. My tenants downstairs from me were allowed to stay home and work, which meant they could spend more time together. There was much laughter echoing from the lower level, which was music to our ears. It`s the sound of resilience in hard times 🙂
I also attended a seminar with over 3600 other real estate investors/experts to get advice on how to be creative with all aspects of real estate investing during hard times. We heard advice from experts in everything on how to handle the market in the coming months: March 24th emergency plan for COVID-19 included such experts as: Dahlia Barsoum (mortgage broker/owner at Streetwise Mortgages), Mandy Braham (creative investor coach), Dave Dubeau (creative investor coach), Matt McKeever (owner podcast Bigger Packets), Edna Keep (author, life coach, and investment coach), Sarah Eder (owner of Sarah Eder real estate investment and coaching firm), Cam Rowland (creative investor coach), Barry McGuire (real estate lawyer, investor), and many, many more. A crisis is never a crisis in real estate investing. It always survives a market crash when you’re well informed!
Here are some Federal assistance programs for all Canadians. If you have tenants, please help them out by sharing this with them if they don’t already know:
To avoid the grocery store, put vegetable plants out a month before last frost using cold frames:
Suzanne Reid is a real estate investor. She’s been actively involved in the Kingston and surrounding area real estate investing for a number of years. Her mission is to provide quality housing for quality tenants, while at the same time providing an above-average return on investment (R.O.I) for our investor partners and ourselves. It is truly a win-win-win way of investing!
Suzanne offers her investor partners hands-free investment opportunities. If you are interested to learn how to earn an above-average return on your investment, backed by a solid asset, and without a hassle of being a landlord, please contact Suzanne.
For more information about Suzanne and her investment program, please call 613-532-1968 or visit https://suzannereid.ca/