New Year, New Opportunities, and our top 5 most talked about posts


Happy New Year everyone! We hope you had a good holiday season and had some time to relax and unwind a little. It’s a new year with another 12 months of opportunities ahead.

durhamreiThis past week I had the opportunity to speak to over 100 investors at the Durham Real Estate Investors club. What a great group of action takers poised to take their next steps in real estate investment. My first slide was a quote, that has stuck with me for years: “You will miss 100% of the shots you don’t take”. If you are planning on taking action this year, it is a lot easier to fall back on life and daily activities that will always be in the way, rather than taking a step that could help down the road.

For this blog, I wanted to recap our most talked about posts from 2016.  From why a market correction could be a great thing (if it happens), to managing Fear and Risk in any of your investments. There is some great content here to help you in validating some of your thoughts, to also perhaps looking at things differently…Enjoy!

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Happy Investing!

If you live in the GTA, we have started the Vaughan Real Estate Investors Club – a meet up run by investors for investors. If you are just starting out, or a seasoned pro, come out to Learn and Network with others. Click the link above to go to our site on or visit our page on facebook. We look forward to connecting in person.

Martin Kuev is a full time Real Estate Investor, Realtor and Investment Coach. He has worked for some of the most respected and well-known global organizations including Coca-Cola, Kraft and Nestle. With a multi-million-dollar real estate portfolio and team he built over the past decade, he left the corporate world to have the flexibility to spend time with his family, continue with his real estate investments and help others build their long-term wealth.