• Selling celebrities – and their homes by Jamie Henry

    Selling a listing based on the merit of a previous owner is commonplace in real estate, though usually reserved for higher end neighbourhoods – but that’s not the case with a small Toronto apartment.

  • The luxury condo market is left wanting by Jamie Henry

    Agents in Toronto and Vancouver might not relate to this, but industry players in comparatively smaller metropolitan markets say downsizing baby boomers looking for a smaller space with the same luxuries they’re used to have been left wanting.

  • Daily Market Update by REP

    New construction boom ahead?... Revised immigration numbers... Canada goes big in U.S. real estate... Affordability improves for some Canadians... Eastern Canada regains sales momentum...

  • Should seniors stop moving to the suburbs? by Jamie Henry

    Agents working with downsizing seniors may want to shift their clients’ focus away from the suburbs, says the author of a report finding older generations in car-dependent neighbourhoods are increasingly stuck at home.

  • Canadian agents scoop up .realtor domains by Jamie Henry

    Almost all of the 10,000 free .realtor domains offered by CREA have been scooped up by Canadian agents, compared to just five per cent of NAR members in the U.S.

  • Foreign buyers bolster housing cycle by Olivia D'Orazio

    Mother Nature is promising to play favourites with agents on one side of the country, as seasonal forecasts predict buyer-friendly winter weather in one key market.

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