There is growing evidence of risk in the country's real estate markets as home prices have climbed faster than income and population growth, a report by Canada's federal housing agency says
Agents have been wondering just how wide-spread the impact of the new mortgage rules will be, and one leading economist has crunched those numbers
If you suspect your website is failing to produce actual clients, this one statistic could explain why.
Brokerages are not in the same business as Buzzfeed; it’s great your blog on staging has been re-tweeted 50 times, but will it get clients through the door?
As modern Canadians we may think that we are fair and equitable to all, but it hasn’t always been so, and at least one Vancouver agent has found some embarrassing covenants in a buyer’s title.
Drones are the latest fad when it comes to real estate marketing, but at least one operator may be making drone fly-bys more of a controversial practice than just a cool way to make a neat listing video.
Despite the construction cranes that seemingly multiply in the skies, Toronto is not being overbuilt, claims a National Bank special report, which instead outlined some surprising markets that could face a surplus of unabsorbed new homes.
Homeowners are often filled with regrets after buying and selling a home, found a new RECO survey, underscoring agents’ need to better educate their clients.
Keep your friends close, your enemies closer, and your mortgage broker partners even closer than that, say agents arguing quality control is of the greatest importance in referral relationships.