Millions of square feet to be developed into mixed-use projects under joint ventures by various Canadian REITs
The oldest millennials are now dealing with adult responsibilities such as home ownership, and marketing messaging should adapt accordingly
A few weeks ago, we brought your attention to a blog that had us tickled pink with its collection of lousy listing photos. Well, now that same blog has us tickled red – blood red, to be exact.
A recent opinion piece by a well-known Canadian journalist has pointed the finger firmly at embezzled Chinese funds as the cause of high Canadian property prices.
With Halloween upon us, homes throughout the neighbourhood are crawling with spiders, the spirits and other spooky scenes, but tell your clients not to leave their decorations at the store.
In the spirit of Halloween, Trulia, the U.S.-based digital realty site, staged its own hidden-camera prank to scare potential home buyers.
Listing videos entice potential buyers with the best features of a home – anything from the hardwood floors to the crown moulding to the, ahem, lack of zombies.
It’s tacky, probably sexist and definitely compelling but at least a real estate agent might win – you’ll have to wait until the week after next to find out.