Toronto Duplexes, Triplexes & Multi-residential Income Properties

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452 Montrose Ave.

Little Italy Multiplex

3 Totally Separate 2-Storey ‘Houses’

SOLD Over Asking

95 Hillsdale Ave E

Midtown Multiplex

Turn-Key Midtown Triplex In An Unbeatable Location


Prime East York Three Bedroom Gem

Bright and spacious home features a completely open-concept main floor with many upgrades and improvements throughout.

SOLD Over Asking

Casa Loma Luxury Fourplex

Ideal location directly across from George Brown College has above average revenue. All suites in excellent condition. Great for long-term investment or ideal for owner-occupier to live in a large suite and enjoy huge offsetting rents.

The Toronto Income Property Podcast

Discussions with Paul Anand and guests about the Toronto income property market and landlord issues.

The Toronto Income Property Guide

The Toronto Income Property Guide

A practical guide for buying, selling, & managing residential income properties and being a successful landlord in Toronto

Introducing our newly updated reference guide, designed to maximize your chances for success when buying residential income properties in Toronto. Written with both the novice and seasoned investor in mind, Plex Realty Broker Paul Anand guides you through the ins and outs of buying the duplex, triplex or multiplex that’s right for you. His five-part strategy will teach you what to expect as a landlord and will help owner-occupied or absentee investors alike.

Toronto Income Property Blog

Second Suite Bylaw Information

Adding a second unit in your principal residence is a great way to provide independent living space for a family member or make a little extra money to help pay off the mortgage. There are many things you need to consider as you decide whether to build a second unit. You are permitted to add…
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Latest Newsletters

Toronto Income Property Newsletter – Spring 2022

There has been this prevailing wisdom that once interest rates start to rise again the Toronto real estate market may settle down somewhat. We have finally started to see this happen over the past couple of weeks. Yesterday, we saw a half a point increase and the rumour is they will rise again in a…

Toronto Income Property Newsletter – Winter 2022

In this issue: Toronto City Council Introduces Garden Suite Program, Royal LePage predicts that GTA home prices will rise 11% in 2022 & What is an Acceptable Cap Rate These Days?