One big bank lays out potential positives and negatives of new housing measures
The Ontario government unveiled its “Fair Housing Plan,” which has drawn both negative and positive responses from industry associations
Baby boomers aren’t moving out of their homes in droves after all, which might mean a dangerous shortage of listings if developers don’t ramp up building.
Being popular isn’t important just for teenage girls; as agents it’s imperative that your clients take a genuine liking to you – that type of relationship will pay dividends throughout your entire career.
Winter isn’t the time to hibernate, argues one veteran agent, adding it might be best to turn to traditional lead generation techniques, like door-to-door visits and phone calls.
Economists expect market cooldown... Calgary sees Canada's biggest price growth... Strathellen expanding Atlantic retail profile... Winnipeg expected to experience slowdown...
Housing prices in Vancouver will rise more than three per cent in 2014 as foreign investment continues to spur demand in Canada’s most expensive city and the Lower Mainland area, according to a recent Re/Max report.
A lot of real estate agents use gimmicks to attract potential buyers, but one Dutch brokerage is riding that that coaster to the top of the list.
After Aviva Pitch Day presentation, Canadian real estate marketplace, Casalova poised for next level of growth
Canadian businesses gain faster and greater access to data-driven insights with new analytics powerhouse