Get to know one of the largest cohorts of future home buyers – and what these clients want in a home
Crucial trends include urban intensification, transit-oriented development, consolidation, workplace design, and millennials’ live-work-play preferences
The Christmas season is well underway: the lights are strung up outside the house, the stockings are hanging over the fireplace and the shopping is done (almost). It’s the time of year to take a break from your real estate business – unless you are listing the one house with building materials undoubtedly tastier than bricks and mortar: the gingerbread house.
You don’t need to splash out thousands on a new car to impress your clients; all it takes is the right colour.
Business suits and real estate agents go hand-in-hand, and open houses and office meetings can seem like a tidal wave of greys, blacks and whites. But there is another way: “A bit of colour won’t kill you,” says our trendy professional.
Agents in Canada’s commercial space may want to pick up a Rosetta Stone as foreign buyers increasingly set their sights on non-residential real estate.
Wind turbines offer a clean alternative to traditional energy sources, but are they doing more harm than good when it comes to property values?
If you’ve procrastinated on your gift buying this long – fear not! We’ve got gift ideas that are sure to impress every agent on your list.
A local realtor in Mississauga donated $23,000 on July 24 to benefit the family of 5 year old Erica Castrillon
EXIT Realty Corp. International will be part of Habitat for Humanity Canada’s biggest build project ever
Leading players in real estate and architecture will present the second biennial edition of Toronto of the Future