Created for property investors, by the property investors
Who are we?
BOOM Magazine is all about property investment. When this magazine was conceived, the market lacked some real content relating directly to property investment. Our fundamental goal is to educate our readers about real estate investment, giving them insight on the tips and tricks that property investors follow when investing in real estate.
What do we do?
BOOM Magazine was created for property investors, by property investors. Each month, you will see contributions from professionals in the market as they share their real estate investment experiences. Within BOOM Magazine, you can expect the very best of our market – whether it relates to property investment, financing and leveraging, or different asset types, BOOM Magazine will be sure to have it.
Want to contribute?
Would you like to contribute to BOOM Magazine? Email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll talk.
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Jay has had a diversified media career that spans the print, broadcast and online sectors. Having worked on a variety of luxury magazines in Asia and being an experienced real estate investor himself, Jay noticed that there was a need for a an digital Canadian real estate investing magazine that was accessible to the masses — one that is purely educational. BOOM Magazine is Jay’s brainchild and his goal is to grow the magazine until it is nationally renowned as Canada’s leading digital real estate investing magazine. Jay is also a published writer with over 15 years of writing experience.
Susan Mallin, CIM, CFP is in charge of the Financial Planning Division of Goodreid Investment Counsel. Her clients’ needs typically range from basic retirement planning, to the more complex cross border planning strategies. She is based out of Toronto, but works with clients in all parts of Canada. She looks at her role in financial planning as the centre of the financial puzzle to help find the missing pieces needed to make the plan complete. Often this means connecting and coordinating with other professionals such as lawyers, or accountants to help fulfill the entire needs of the client.
Paul M. Hecht