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Industrial market shows signs of growth in Calgary... Chinese investors keen on wineries in B.C. over residential land: realtor... Target reaches deal to sell store leases...
As for-sale-by-owner companies become increasingly popular, more agents are pushing for alternative payment structures in an effort to woo sellers and quell any reservations about hiring a “costly” professional.
New figures show a 14 per cent increase in real estate sales in January compared to last year and one industry expert says there’s more to come in 2015.
Injunction served to man selling real estate... Peterborough sales reach pre-recession levels... Alberta resales slide 16 per cent... Investors, realtors banking on micro-condos to sell...
It could take a little while before the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp.’s recent predictions of a calmer housing market come to fruition, as the latest starts data shows a slight rise in seasonally adjusted starts.
After Aviva Pitch Day presentation, Canadian real estate marketplace, Casalova poised for next level of growth
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