While a sleek Mercedes and a gold watch were once the hallmarks of a successful agent, some experienced agents think that flashy image is doing damage to the reputation of the entire profession.
Agents are preparing for the incoming changes to one province’s Condominium Act, which some industry players believe could spell the end of DIY condo sales.
Some good advice for someone like myself trying to start a social media presence late in my career. Easy to fall into the old traps. I enjoy your articles in REP always interesting, educational and timely.
A real estate professional's social activity in Ontario also has to comply with RECO regulations.I've written a number of white papers to help brokers navigate what is needed in their social media profiles.Free downloads and no registration required.http://www.realtypoint.ca/category/social-media/
Realtors are scapegoats for regulators - more and more rules are heaped on us BUT absolutely NOTHING to hinder Private Buyers and Sellers - There's more penalty enforcement and taxes on Selling your Car Privately - and we have to do hours and hours of courses and instruction with Private competition doing absolutely Nothing !!!! This is right ?? We need a regulated license to do what they do with No Regulation whatsover ! And this is Fair enterprise ????
Leading players in real estate and architecture will present the second biennial edition of Toronto of the Future
Changes reflect greater focus on advocacy and core member services, says CEO Tim Hudak
Blue Pearl Mortgage Group Inc. is expanding its footprint once again, this time with services in Ontario