One big bank lays out potential positives and negatives of new housing measures
The Ontario government unveiled its “Fair Housing Plan,” which has drawn both negative and positive responses from industry associations
Elections are always a good time for voters to look for “incentives” from the politicians begging for our votes and this week Toronto’s mayoral candidates have weighed in on Land Transfer Tax.
Seller’s market or not, agents are warning buyers to be more careful about handing over deposit money given a $12-million fraud case earlier this year – still reverberating across the marketplace.
Bank of Canada: Housing “more robust than anticipated”… New report predicts market heat to continue well into 2015… Two-bedroom condos increasingly popular…
Agents are increasingly comfortable with the practice of double-ending, but that’s placing greater emphasis on the protocols they have in place to protect both their clients and their reputations when multiple-bidding situations are thrown into the mix.
While fiduciary responsibility may ultimately rest with the broker, industry pros are calling on agents to verify the legality of their sellers’ income suites. Good luck with that, BTW.
Women are cracking through the last of the industry’s glass ceilings but still have a ways to go, say industry players pointing to the increasingly competitive nature of that segment of the market.
After Aviva Pitch Day presentation, Canadian real estate marketplace, Casalova poised for next level of growth
Canadian businesses gain faster and greater access to data-driven insights with new analytics powerhouse