• Can double-ending really be fair? by Olivia D'Orazio

    Agents are increasingly comfortable with the practice of double-ending, but that’s placing greater emphasis on the protocols they have in place to protect both their clients and their reputations when multiple-bidding situations are thrown into the mix.

  • Hardly legal income suites unfortunately the norm, agents say by Olivia D'Orazio

    While fiduciary responsibility may ultimately rest with the broker, industry pros are calling on agents to verify the legality of their sellers’ income suites. Good luck with that, BTW.

  • Is commercial real estate the last frontier for women? by Jamie Henry

    Women are cracking through the last of the industry’s glass ceilings but still have a ways to go, say industry players pointing to the increasingly competitive nature of that segment of the market.

  • Daily Market Update by

    CMHC admits data vacuum on foreign investors… Vancouver property tax is outdated and unfair say critics… Calgary’s population keeps on growing… US housing market continues to grow…

  • Retail floor a cheat sheet for condo sales, agents say by Olivia D'Orazio

    It’s a foolproof cheat sheet for agents selling condos: look no further than the retail spaces underpinning those highrises for clues revealing the ideal buyer.

  • Agents are businesspeople, not sales reps by Jamie Henry

    Get your licence, get a fancy logo, get started in the business selling houses – right? Not if you want to succeed. Being an agent is way more than just selling product.


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