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The Tatum Group Inc. collects personal information for specific, limited purposes. Information is collected by fair and lawful means. We collect personal contact information (for example, name, address, email address and telephone numbers) if you: sign up for a newsletter; register on an online forum or website, purchase any product from The Tatum Group Inc.; This information is used to fulfil your request, provide targeted advertising, and respond to your inquiries. From time to time it may be used to provide reward points or apply credit, as applicable in the circumstances. We retain your subscriber ID and passwords so that upon request by you and receipt of identification we may remind you of them. If you enter a contest or other promotion, we use your personal contact information to administer the contest or promotion including contacting, announcing and promoting prizewinners. We collect demographic information, as well as purchase history and a list of promotions offered to you (“history”), in order to gain a better understanding of your interests so that we may develop better products and services, and to determine eligibility for our products and services. We may also use demographic, personal contact and history information from time to time to contact you about changes, enhancements or other notices related to goods or services you requested and which The Tatum Group Inc. provides.
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Glossary of terms
Capitalization rate (or “cap rate”) is a real estate valuation measure used to compare different real estate investments. Although there are many variations, a cap rate is often calculated as the ratio between the net operating income produced by an asset and the original capital cost (the price paid to buy the asset) or alternatively its current market value.
An Exit Strategy in its simplest terms is a premeditated conclusion. It is an outcome desirable to all parties that will see all fiduciary responsibilities met.
Specific to Real Estate, here are the most common examples:
Sell the Property (Flip)
Refinance the Property (ReFi)
A rent roll is a report that provides detailed information about the property, the tenant, and rents. Rent rolls can be constructed for a single property or an entire rental property portfolio.
Regardless of the term used, SDU’s create the opportunity to provide additional housing
opportunities in both existing and new neighbourhoods.
A Second Dwelling Unit (SDU) is that the unit is accessory (or subordinate) to a principal dwelling
unit located on the same lot. Accessory means that the SDU is smaller in size than the main
dwelling. A Second Dwelling Unit may be: (1) a newly constructed detached unit; (2) conversion of
an existing accessory building; (3) within the existing home (such as a basement conversion); or,
(4) within an addition to the main dwelling.
There are number of terms used to describe SDU’s such as the ones identified below:
Zoning bylaw controls the use of land in your community. It states exactly:
- how land may be used
- where buildings and other structures can be located
- the types of buildings that are permitted and how they may be used
- the lot sizes and dimensions, parking requirements, building heights and setbacks from the street
A refinance, or “refi” for short, refers to the process of revising and replacing the terms of an existing credit agreement, usually as it relates to a loan or mortgage. When a business or an individual decides to refinance a credit obligation, they effectively seek to make favorable changes to their interest rate, payment schedule, and/or other terms outlined in their contract. If approved, the borrower gets a new contract that takes the place of the original agreement.
Borrowers often choose to refinance when the value of the home increases due to equity improvements (Construction as one example) or the interest-rate environment changes substantially, causing potential savings on debt payments from a new agreement.
An acquisition cost, also referred to as the cost of acquisition, is the total cost that a company recognises on its books for property or equipment after adjusting for discounts, incentives, closing costs and other necessary expenditures, but before sales taxes.
Cash flows are the net amount of cash and cash-equivalents being transferred into and out of a business. Cash received are inflows, and money spent are outflows.
At a fundamental level, a company’s ability to create value for shareholders is determined by its ability to generate positive cash flows, or more specifically, maximize long-term free cash flow (FCF). Free cash flow is the cash that a company generates from its normal business operations after subtracting any money spent on capital expenditures.
Taking a property and converting it through zoning and or construction for another or multiple uses.
A joint venture is a business entity created by two or more parties, generally characterized by shared ownership, shared returns and risks, and shared governance.
A person(s) who occupies land or property rented from a landlord.
Flip/Flipping is a term used to describe purchasing an asset and quickly reselling (or “flipping”) it for profit. Though flipping can apply to any asset, the term is most often applied to real estate.
The term “house flipping” is used by real estate investors to describe the process of buying, rehabbing, and selling properties for profit.
The Tatum Group Inc. is a privately held company located in Ontario Canada.
Equity, typically referred to as shareholders’ equity (or owners’ equity for privately held companies), represents the amount of money that would be returned to a company’s shareholders if all of the assets were liquidated and all of the company’s debt was paid off in the case of liquidation. Put simply in relation to a home, it’s the amount of money you’d receive after paying off the mortgage if you were to sell the home.
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Here are the pages on our website for easy navigation
HOME – https://thetatumgroup.com
ABOUT – https://thetatumgroup.com/about
PORTFOLIO – https://thetatumgroup.com/portfolio
SubPage – Each Property
SubPage – Each Rental
INVEST – https://thetatumgroup.com/invest
BUY | RENT – https://thetatumgroup.com/rent
Subpage – Each Blog/News
CONTACT – https://thetatumgroup.com/contact
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