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Lise will be 63 years old when her 35-year mortgage is finally paid off. If she builds a clever income suite in her basement, she could be mortgage free in as little as 13 years, at 39! Scott will help set Lise on the path to financial freedom.
Jennifer and In-Suk experienced a financial setback. With Jennifer on maternity leave and In-Suk unemployed for the last seven months, this couple needs an income suite to offset their mortgage costs and help them afford the home they love in a great neighbourhood.
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Steve is renting out his basement unit well below the market value. Steve needs Scott's help to update his basement suite to help offset his increasing mortgage and be able to charge top dollar for the apartment.
Brad and Nikki always knew what neighbourhood they wanted to live in, but they also knew they needed an income property to be able to afford to live in it. So when they found their first home with a basement apartment complete with a quality tenant, they thought they were set.
Expecting their first baby in nine weeks, Shawn and Sarah thought ahead when they bought their first home, purchasing one with an existing basement apartment. They figured they would need the income to make the mortgage payments in the short-term with a plan to eventually move Shawn's mother and...
Sean bought his semi-detached, former boarding house with the intent of converting it into a duplex to help pay the mortgage. Disaster struck within 48 hours of moving in, when the drain in the basement overflowed and filled the basement apartment with sewage making it impossible to rent.
Samantha and Andrew were smart enough to buy their first home with a fully functioning basement apartment. They were told the previous owner had been renting the basement for $800 a month, which was exciting news to them. But when closing day arrived they were shocked to see the actual condition...
Heather is a teacher who bought a newly renovated bungalow with a "ready to rent," two-bedroom basement apartment, which was the key to affording the house on her own.
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