The culprits? A real estate commission proxy and the B.C. foreign buyers’ tax
Millions of square feet to be developed into mixed-use projects under joint ventures by various Canadian REITs
With a growing number of agents expected to work straight through the holiday season, some industry veterans are arguing it may be better for their health – and especially their businesses – to take a vacation.
You are the company you keep, and more and more agents are prepared to disengage themselves from networks devoted to the numbers game in the hunt for brokerages focused on ethical standards.
Agents in rural markets are questioning a StatsCan report suggesting developers are eating into farmable land, arguing those builders have surprisingly little appetite for such isolated areas.
Canada’s population is aging, but some generations are growing faster than others – and smart agents are finding different ways to target this demographic now.
No, it’s not you: the number of agents is growing faster than provincial populations across Canada, but that won’t decide the day, say industry players arguing it’s not the number of licensees that’s the problem.
The results of a REP poll indicate the majority of industry players believe part-time agents should disclose their status to clients, a stark contrast to many comments in the REP forum.