Once you become a member you are also assigned your own personal Real Estate Investing Coach. Each of our coaches has a knowledge in real estate investment and is your point person for any question you have about getting started, growing your portfolio, as well as any challenges that may come up.. The benefit of being part of a large group of investors is that we have encountered virtually all hurdles that most investors face as well as many of the unexpected things that can happen with owning rental properties. On top of this, we have negotiated many savings and discounts for services that you would need throughout your journey (ie: renovations, property management, basement conversions, lending, etc)
The diesel Captur is a cracking little car has returned a true MPG - I have checked by filling up to the brim and countil miles. There is a spare tyre in the boot albeit a skinny fellow - I prefer that to the goo kit and compressor. It has no CD player in it (to my surprise, I found out after we bought it) - there is an interface for an I Pod etc. that is located indiscretely on the console. It could have been located in the glove box or somewhere else convenient. I find the auto setting on the wipers annoying as they "do their own thing" and you lose control of the intermittent setting. The cruise control on-off is located in an area on the centre console that is not easy to find or operate in the dark. The A pillar can obstruct your view, but you get used to that. The ride comfort and road holding are excellent. Road noise is low. Overall, a top little motor. Renault have got the formula just right for this little Clio "on steroids". I fully recommend this car.
*A designated drug offence includes trafficking, possession for the purpose of trafficking, importing, exporting, production, or conspiracy or attempt to commit, being an accessory after the fact in relation to, or any counselling in relation to, any of these offences. It does not include simple possession.
**A discharge is no longer available because the maximum jail penalty is now 14 yrs., up from seven. The change flows from the Harper government’s omnibus Safe Streets and Communities Act. The same day this change took effect, Washington and Colorado both voted in favour of removing criminal penalties for the possession and sale of recreational marijuana.