Scott Mcgillivray, host of the TV show “Income Property” will be speaking live at an upcoming event about what it takes to generate wealth with real estate in today’s economy. To register for this live event, click here. Remember that seating is limited.
Before graduating from The University of Guelph, with an Honors degree in Commerce, McGillivray had already discovered his calling. What began as an ambitious school project about income properties, developed into a unique and strategic business model that Scott would later execute himself. Now over 10 years later, McGillivray has built his own real estate empire with dozens of properties, housing hundreds of tenants.
McGillivray is best-known as the host of HGTV’s hit series, Income Property. In each episode, he rescues cash-strapped homeowners, and teaches them how to generate income from their existing residence. Seasons one through six currently air on HGTV US and Canada, while season seven is currently in production.
With the success of Income Property, McGillivray, alongside longtime colleague, Kit Redmond, established SKIT Inc; a company solely devoted to the development of the Scott McGillivray brand. With the birth of SKIT, the savvy McGillivray officially forayed into the world of producing, currently serving as an Executive Producer of Income Property.
McGillivray has also appeared in several other HGTV programs, such as Debbie Travis Facelift, From the Ground Up with Debbie Travis, Holiday Battle on the Block, Canada’s Handyman Challenge, and the All American Handyman Challenge alongside Mike Holmes. He has also appeared on such international programs as, CNN’s Your Money, The Today Show, FOX News, Entertainment Tonight, Canada AM, Cityline, and Steven & Chris. He is also a regular guest expert on Canada’s Cityline and the Marilyn Denis Show.
In addition to his hosting duties, McGillivray’s hands-on approach to renovation and real estate has meant big business for this knowledgeable investor. Not only does he purchase and renovate properties, host a successful television series, and contribute content to national publications (see: The Globe and Mail and Style at Home Magazine), but McGillivray has added educator to his repertoire. In 2010, he launched The Lifetime Wealth Academy is a company devoted to sharing his wealth of real estate knowledge with would-be property investors all over North America.