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With nearly 40 years in business, Braden Equities Inc. is a premier property management company in Edmonton and the surrounding area. Our management style is tailored to the unique needs of each one of our clients, and we work as a team to ensure that every project is treated with the care and attention it deserves.

What is the Market Advantage of Buying a Multi-Family Property in a Downturn?

When the economy is in a recession, the last thing you may be thinking about is purchasing a multi-family rental property. Jobs are being lost; tenants have little money. How can you turn that...

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Create a Long-Term Strategy for Your Multi-Family Building

Multi-family properties are a smart business investment for investors. If properly maintained and managed, they can generate a substantial amount of income to build an investment portfolio or to...

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Thinking About a Short-Term Multi-Family Investment? Read This First

Sometimes you don't want to be in something for the long haul, and that's ok. There's nothing wrong with that. If you're looking to invest in a short-term multi-family property, you're among...

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What Real Estate Investors Should Know About Cash Calls

When you are an investor in a joint real estate venture such as a multi-family building, cash calls come with the territory. They can happen at any time but tend to occur more frequently when the...

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Did the Alberta Economy Hit Bottom? How Investors can Plan for the Climb

It's not new news that Alberta has been going through quite the rough patch for the last couple of years. No one can seem to stop talking about it while providing their opinion on the matter....

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Why Your Real Estate Investment Goals will Define Your Management Strategy

As an investor, you should be able to clearly state what your real estate investment goals are. Do you want to hold onto a property for a long time? Do you want the hold to only be short term? Are...

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