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Contractor and real estate expert Scott McGillivray takes new homeowners under his wing and guides them through the renovation and rental of their first Income Property. Whether it's transforming basements into cash-generating apartments, or turning unused rooms into incredible rental suites, Scott guides these brand new landlords through the entire process, all the way until they cash their first rental check on Income Property.
Scott's friend Jen and her husband Paul bought and renovated a fixer upper in their dream neighborhood. To help pay for it all, they need an income suite in their basement. Scott gives them two options: a bachelor or a 1-bedroom layout; in one of his biggest challenges to date.
Leah and Stew made big sacrifices to save a down payment for their first home. Now they're counting on a rental unit to help them with the mortgage. Scott gives them the option between a 2 or 3-bedroom layout.
Roz and Katherine need an escape from the limelight. But to help them afford it, they need to transform their outdated cottage into an upscale rental retreat. Scott gives them two options: one with a high-end master and more luxurious upgrades.
Rebecca and Stew left the city to follow their dreams in the country. To make ends meet, they need to cash in on local tourism with a vacation property. Scott gives them two options: convert a portion of their country home, or fully convert their freestanding art studio.
Andrea and Mike need to transform their humble waterfront vacation property into a moneymaker so they can save for retirement. Scott gives them two options: Both with major interior upgrades, and one with full patio overhaul.
Anne and Jody bought a 2-unit vacation property for their family and need to rent out 1 unit to help pay the mortgage. Scott gives them two options: both with full interior upgrades, but one with a higher-end bathroom and patio.
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