Erwin has been investing in real estate since 2006 and is a highly decorated investor and realtor. His list of awards and accomplishments includes: • FOUR time consecutive finalist for the Michael Millenaar Memorial Award and 2013 WINNER for his leadership and contribution to the Real Estate Investment Network community. • TWO time finalist & 2015 WINNER for Realtor of the Year for Ontario by the Real Estate Investment Network • TWO time finalist & 2016 WINNER for Real Estate Agent of the Year by Canadian Real Estate Wealth Magazine • REIN™ Ambassador (Endorsed Realtor by REIN™) • Silver award recipient by the Real Estate Investment Network • 2013’s Top Player Award by the Real Estate Investment Network • Regular contributor to REIN™ Real Estate Report and Canadian Real Estate Wealth Magazine Erwin has owned and still owns numerous investment properties: single family, renovate and hold, multi-family, multi-family conversion, and student housing. He left his corporate job at “Big Blue” to pursue his passion as an entrepreneur in investment real estate. He’s been featured in the Hamilton Spectator and been a guest speaker at several investment networks and has coached numerous successful real estate investors by focusing on economic fundamentals and financials.

Real estate lobbyists are pushing to cut the land transfer tax | NOW Magazine

October 24, 2020, by Radheyan Simonpillai The Ontario Real Estate Association (OREA) wants the provincial government to give home buyers a six-month holiday from the Ontario and Toronto Land Transfer Tax (LTT), along with other incentives it argues will stimulate Ontario’s economy during the COVID-19 crisis. “In the last economic downturn we had it was…

Hamilton City Hall Proposes 4.28% Rate Increase, 4.0% Tax Levy Increase to Start 2021 Budget Process| THE PUBLIC RECORD

October 23, 2020, by Joey Coleman Hamilton City Hall is hopeful the provincial and federal governments will continue providing record levels of financial support to municipalities for transit, public health, and COVID costs to address budgetary pressures resulting from the pandemic. Based upon this presumption, City staff state the starting figure for the 2021 municipal…

Ontario Electric Bills Increasing by Almost 2% Starting Next Month| TORONTO STOREYS

October 14, 2020, by Ainsley Smith The Ontario Energy Board (OEB) announced new electricity prices for households and small businesses, which will become effective November 1, under the Regulated Price Plan (RPP). This means Ontario residents will have pricier electric bills, as fixed pricing is coming to an end. At the beginning of November, customers…