I started this group with one major objective in mind...to help people get into property ownership and make everyone money.. We lucked out being in one of the top cities in the world for real estate. Toronto is not only a major business Hub, but an international gem for real estate investors. It's a great city and one of the youngest metropolitan areas in the world with so much opportunity for growth. Our only problem, is our biggest strength..Our strong economy comes with a price - strict governance. Many face the challenging issue of not being able to qualify for a mortgage, or for a mortgage amount they'd like. Some may have damaged credit, others insufficient income, and then there's those of us that are self employed which is a whole other level of difficulty in achieving funding. Whether you are a 18 year old who just graduated high school with $10,000 in your bank account that you'd like to invest, or a seasoned investor with a large portfolio, this group is intended to help those and everyone in between. How?....Group purchasing.. Let's make your money work for you... If you've got $15,000 sitting in a bank account, chances are you interest rate is anywhere from 2-3.5%, and that at times is generous by their standards. For argument sake let's say its 3.5%. After 3 years you will have approx $16,630.77, not including the tax you'll pay on the interest collected. Tax free savings accounts help with that but only allow $5,000 to be put in within a calendar year at most banks. That same $15,000 into a property can make you 3-10 times that. The only reason not to invest in real estate is not being able to obtain funding. Funding isn't as hard to get as many people think and i'm here to help get everyone investing and making money. Its as simple as three steps...Choose how much you can invest...Choose how long you can lock that money into an investment...Then simply look at options with others who are after the same goal. Much more information to follow, i'll get a discussion group going very soon with an example to get things started.