These Waterloo Student Condos are Ready for ‘Crazy Stuff’
Parents investing in “kiddie condos” for their university-level children is not a new phenomenon — many parents-turned-landlords have scooped up rental properties for their kids, leasing the other rooms as an alternative to paying rent. “Sometimes, people don’t always recognize that prices don’t always go up. And they don’t always realize that managing one or two beds, or one or two apartments, is sometimes a little more complicated than what they might be ready for,” said Henry Morton, president of Campus Suites. Click to Read More.