With year-over-year sales in October down 27% from the mayhem of 2016, it may look like Toronto’s housing market is finally flatlining, but one real estate broker says that number is deceiving
Authorities seek to create transparency for consumers and licensees
Not all listings are created equal, and one Dartmouth, N.S.-based Realtor suggests that not all properties warrant professional photography services.
It’s unsurprising that, in Toronto’s hyper-heated market, bidding wars are essentially part of the home-buying process. But what about the newest phenomenon: bully bids?
You’d need at least half a million dollars to buy a half-decent house in Toronto’s current real estate market. But what can you get for that price in the city’s suburbs? You've asked and now we’re telling. You can get this for that. . .
Increasingly frustrated full-time agents are calling on industry associations to better police the activities of so-called “part-timers” as analysts project continuing declines in listings for key markets based on new stats.
A growing number of agents say they’re concerned inventory challenges will only exacerbate the problem of pocket listings – a phenomenon that is now challenging key markets and the very idea of “agent cooperation.”
We asked a panel of expert Realtors and got their tips on how to fix the top client complaints.
The event will also feature a panel of industry experts and a presentation on the state of the Hamilton-Burlington housing market
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