Take heart, agents, it could be much worse
Canadian women in their 30s are the best kind of borrowers when it comes to fulfilling their mortgage obligations, financial expert says
Singer/actress Jennifer Lopez recently spilled $22 million on a 6,250-square foot condo in New York City, and while that seems lofty even by Manhattan standards, our real estate market here in Canada is quickly catching up.
First-time buyers are finding it hard to get enough funds to buy a property, Gen Y are happy hanging on at home for a few more years and upsizing is, well, pretty expensive for many. But there’s a growing demographic that appears, for now, to have been largely overlooked.
Vancouver site breaks record for condo development land… Housing bubble talk shifts to autos… US housing market continues to grow; but it’s still early days…
You work hard, you do the networking, you study and you’re still not making as much as you should be. We’ve done the research, crunched the numbers and this might be the reason…
You had better start rehearsing! All tour-guiding agents have a new standard to meet: this listing video raised the bar with its splash of humour breaking up the traditional sweeping vistas and gratuitous kitchen shots that make up modern listing videos.
There is arguably nothing more dear to agents as their commissions, but some industry players argue a fee-for-service payment structure would ward off time-wasting clients – without eating into agent paycheques.