Sept 22, 2018 – NOHE Line-Up
1) Derek Noyes, J.D., Lawyer at Ericksons LLP – The Residential Tenancies Act and Your Business
The Residential Tenancies Act governs your life as a landlord, your property and how you interact with your tenants. Learn how to navigate the law, how it impacts your business and best practices to avoid a lawsuit and come out ahead at the Landlord and Tenant Board.
Derek Noyes practices in the areas of Labour & Employment, Real Estate, and Environmental Law. He earned his Juris Doctor from the University of Victoria in 2010, and was subsequently admitted to the Law Society of British Columbia in 2011 and to the Ontario Bar in 2012. Derek has appeared before the Superior Court of Justice, the Ontario Provincial Court, and the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario on a wide variety of matters.
2) Dan Campbell, Commercial Banker at Copperfin Credit Union – Financing for Success
Mortgages and home financing are perhaps the biggest cost associated with rental properties. Securing superior rates, having good relationships with your banker and navigating complex financial instruments can mean the difference between secure and stable investments and sleepless nights. With interest rates set to rise in the near future, this workshop will offer some great options when it comes to understanding and securing your financial future.
Dan Campbell is a commercial account manager at Copperfin Credit Union. Dan oversees the management of a portfolio of 100+ commercial banking members in diversified industries. Dan takes pride in assisting commercial members with achieving their goals by providing advice on credit and cash management and underwriting complex credit structures to fulfill our member’s unique needs. Being part of a local credit union means Dan is committed to supporting his clients at every stage of their business and prioritizing his client’s goals and success to provide customized and flexible solutions.
3) Christopher Zakher, Market Analyst at CMHC – The Latest Insights on the Housing Market
The housing market is filled with ups and downs, as we saw over the past decade. The rental housing market is no exception as vacancy rates, home prices and average rents fluctuate and change year to year. These ebbs and flows can have significant impacts on your business and understanding the latest data can make a big difference. Bringing unique insight from the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation, I’ll discuss the latest trends and how the rental market is shaping up in Thunder Bay and northern Ontario.
Christopher Zakher is a market analyst with the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation. Having written the latest rental market report on Thunder Bay, Christopher is a leading expert in this field. Having served as the Senior Housing Surveys Clerk prior to taking up a position as a Market Analyst, Christopher knows the ins and outs of housing data with a keen eye to the rental market.
4) Kevin Bunzeluk, Host of Lifestyle Housing Radio – Buying Without the Banks
When you grow your portfolio to a certain size, it can be more challenging to secure financing from traditional banks and credit unions. Private lending can be a great resource if you know how to navigate it properly. This workshop will guide you through the world of private lending and financing your investments outside of the traditional banking structure.
Kevin was born and raised in Thunder Bay and earned a commerce degree from Lakehead University. Upon graduating, Kevin began investing in real estate while working in the construction field. For the past four years, Kevin has been investing in real estate full-time; dealing with flips, multi-family, and commercial property. Kevin has presented at real estate investing meet up’s, was selected as a finalist for the 2016 crew magazine investor of the year award, and hosts a weekly investing radio show, LifeStyle Housing Radio, airing 1 PM Mondays on CILU 102.7 FM (over 125 past episodes available at lifestylehousing.ca).