An increase to Toronto’s land transfer tax not expected to materially impact housing affordability, according to one real estate veteran
Among other factors, the recent changes to federal mortgage rules will significantly contribute to dampening the Canadian mortgage sector’s activity starting this year
A new phrase being added to real estate listings is treating buyers as fairly as it treats sellers, say agents.
Industry leaders are cautioning agents working Toronto’s west end, warning them about a seemingly ideal client intent on luring them to vacant properties.
In an exclusive with REP, one commercial real estate professional is pointing to her own ordeal in reminding fellow agents to protect their brands against the kind of attack hers suffered.
Easier access to real estate information is driving home the importance of competent representation, say industry players although at least one survey claims that Canadians mindlessly choose their agents.
If you suspect your website is failing to produce actual clients, this one statistic could explain why.
Brokerages are not in the same business as Buzzfeed; it’s great your blog on staging has been re-tweeted 50 times, but will it get clients through the door?
As modern Canadians we may think that we are fair and equitable to all, but it hasn’t always been so, and at least one Vancouver agent has found some embarrassing covenants in a buyer’s title.