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If you are lining up an oceanfront vacation home in The Bahamas for a jet-setting client you could be breaking the law. One Bahamian agent explains why.
The housing market in Calgary hasn’t yet been impacted by plummeting oil prices, though one broker says the city is not immune to the impact of the black stuff.
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There are a variety of client types who gravitate toward DIY home sales, and convincing them to let you represent them takes more than a firm handshake.
The public’s cheap view of real estate agents is your own fault, argue some sales reps pointing to the industry’s lack of public education.
Two real estate stalwarts tell REP how the industry has changed since the 1980s, how technology has helped create a healthier work-life balance and what agents must do to avoid burnout.
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