With competition ramping up in Canada’s hottest market, brokerages continue to find ways to make the home buying process easier. The newest innovation: online condo shopping
Industry player argues that the complexity of Toronto’s affordability situation requires prompt action on the government’s part
Calgary isn’t the only city in Alberta enjoying growth, not just in the volume of homes sold, but also in the price of those properties.
As the competition among real estate professionals continues to heat up, blogging is becoming an increasingly common form of marketing, but many agents aren’t getting the most of the relatively new platform.
It’s likely a glimpse into the future of Canadian agents, with the National Association of Realtors in the States now grappling with the implications of decriminalizing marijuana, suggesting the move could have a profound impact on buyers but also agents.
Clients faced with a competitive marketplace are increasingly drawn to lowly priced co-operative listings, but few clients – and agents, for that matter – understand the finer points to buying and selling these unique properties.
Canadian agents would benefit from the kind of U.S. service now predicting property market trends in real-time, says one leading economist – but with one condition.
A new phrase being added to real estate listings is treating buyers as fairly as it treats sellers, say agents.
Canadian businesses gain faster and greater access to data-driven insights with new analytics powerhouse