News

  • Agents balk at lowering commissions by Jordan Maxwell

    High real estate prices in one Canadian city has some calling for agents to take less commissions, saying it’s high time for a downward adjustment in agents’ fees given that home valuations have increased.

  • Association move on affordable homes frustrates agents by Jordan Maxwell

    The Alberta Real Estate Association’s decision to support the new NDP government’s move to build affordable housing units drew the ire of one realtor who thinks the market will correct itself.

  • Business survival: the battle for relevance by REP

    Even some of the greatest brands are becoming obsolete, but it is possible to avoid their fate. Here are 10 keys to winning the battle for relevance in the years ahead.

  • Chinese envoy calls out lax regulations by Jordan Maxwell

    The Chinese government’s top envoy in Vancouver says the city’s skyrocketing house prices and affordability crisis are due to a lack of regulation in the booming real estate market.

  • What’s the better buy: Vancouver or Toronto by Jordan Maxwell

    Talk of overpriced homes in two of Canada’s hottest real estate markets has one real estate group picking sides on which city offers the best bang for your buck.

  • Agents divided over impact of digital services by Jordan Maxwell

    Online information is becoming more and more of a boon for tech-savvy agents but a thorn in the side of others still struggling to find common ground with digital services.

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