News From Jamie Thompson


As I write this, I’m thinking back to March when I was preparing my monthly news letter and talking about my trip to Florida. It doesn’t seem that long ago, however, there is also an argument that 2020 feels like the longest year ever with everything that has unfolded so far! It’s crazy to think how much has happened over the last 8 months.

I think it’s extremely important, especially in our current state, to remember that where our focus goes, energy flows. You get what you focus on. This is because of our RAS (Reticular Activating System), located in our brains. Have you ever thought about buying something and then all of a sudden you see it everywhere? It’s not that it wasn’t there before, because it was. Your RAS just made it a priority for you to actually see it now. Your thoughts, feelings, and emotions are filtered through this process, but you can make a conscious decision to focus more on positive and uplifting ‘coincidences’, or continue in a negative habit loop trigger. I’ll leave that decision up to you.

Speaking about the current way of life and how it effects real estate, I think there are going to be a lot of opportunities in the future for people to take advantage of. One thing that I’m more and more interested in, is structuring multi-family deals through means of creative financing! This can get a little complicated, but it comes down to buying real estate at a discount, with none of my own money, and reaping the benefits of Cash Flow month after month. This also makes scaling and building real wealth more exciting for the average person. If this sounds interesting to you, or think it might be appealing to someone you know, I would love to speak more about it, let me know!

As for my personal life, I am happy to announce that my sister is expecting another baby girl in the next few days and we are extremely excited to welcome Everest into the world! Stay tuned for next months update where I will be sharing some more very exciting news as well!


Take care!
















Real Estate vs. Stocks

Investing in real estate or stocks is a personal choice that depends on your pocketbook, risk tolerance, goals, and investment style. It’s safe to assume that more people invest in the stock market, perhaps because it doesn’t take as much time or money to buy stocks. If you’re buying real estate, you’re going to have to save and put down a substantial amount of money.

When you buy stocks, you buy a tiny piece of that company. In general, you make money two ways: As the value of the company’s stock increases, the value of your investment goes up, too. And, depending on the company, you may receive regular dividends, which you can reinvest to grow your investment.

When you buy real estate, you acquire physical land or property. Most real estate investors make money by collecting rents (which can provide a steady income stream) and through appreciation, as the property’s value goes up. Also, since real estate can be leveraged, it’s possible to expand your holdings even if you can’t afford to pay cash outright.

For many prospective investors, real estate is appealing because it is a tangible asset that can be controlled, with the added benefit of diversification. Real estate investors who buy property own something concrete for which they can be accountable. Note that this article does not focus on real estate investment trusts (REITs), which are a way to invest in real estate through financial products that are bought and sold like stocks.

There are a number of considerations for investors when choosing between investing in stocks or buying real estate as an investment.









About Jamie Thompson:

Jamie Thompson is a real estate investor. He’s been actively involved in Southern Ontario including the GTA, Durham, and Barrie area real estate investing for a number of years.  His mission is to provide quality housing for quality tenants, while at the same time providing an above-average return on investment (R.O.I) for our investor partners and ourselves.  It is truly a win-win-win way of investing!

Jamie offers his investor partners hands-free investment opportunities. If you are interested to learn how to earn an above-average return on your investment, backed by a solid asset, and without a hassle of being a landlord, please contact Jamie.

For more information about Jamie and his investment program,
please call 289-716-0718. or visit