News

  • Half of homebuyers are first-timers by Jennifer Paterson

    First-time homebuyers make up 45 per cent of the 620,000 homes sold across Canada in the past two years, according to a new survey.

  • Shortage of ground housing challenging realtors by Jordan Maxwell

    Municipalities in the GTA are ignoring a requirement to keep three years’ worth of serviced land ready for new home construction – something hurting sales opportunities for agents.

  • Issue divides agents, board by Jordan Maxwell

    The head of a leading real estate board is weighing in on a failed bid to tax property flippers, rejecting the argument of some members worried about market sustainability.

  • Failed condos frustrate agents by Jordan Maxwell

    An aborted condo development for Eastern Canada is highlighting the growing challenge for agents working the lower end of the market.

  • Luxury condo broker opens new branch office by REP

    If the condo market is slowing, no one has told this to one Toronto luxury condo realtor, who has just opened a new branch office to meet the needs of what continues to be a strong market.

  • What type of networker are you? by REP

    Networking is a vital part of building up a real estate business, but most people have been taught the wrong way to network, says Julia Palmer.

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