News

  • Agents need to teach clients about good service by Olivia D'Orazio

    The public’s cheap view of real estate agents is your own fault, argue some sales reps pointing to the industry’s lack of public education.

  • Brokers: Disconnect to avoid burnout by Jamie Henry

    Two real estate stalwarts tell REP how the industry has changed since the 1980s, how technology has helped create a healthier work-life balance and what agents must do to avoid burnout.

  • Daily Market Update by REP

    Toronto Real Estate News gives year in review and outlook... Ivanhoe CEO Fournier profiled... Drones gaining popularity... Housing starts fall in Calgary during month of November...

  • Adjusted housing starts rise in November by Olivia D'Orazio

    Housing starts across Canada remained flat year over year in November, although seasonally-adjusted numbers point to growing momentum in British Columbia and Quebec as developers ramp up to meet immigration demands.

  • Liability forces professionalism, agents say by Olivia D'Orazio

    One of the greatest differences between for-sale-by-owner companies and agents is the liability that a real estate licence carries, say sales reps arguing industry players need to ensure every deal is solid.

  • Communication and staff retention: What you need to know by REP

    A chat, or an email, a day will keep the resignations away – it's a new take on an old adage but is increasingly important advice for brokers struggling with agent retention.

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