Industry leaders are cautioning agents working Toronto’s west end, warning them about a seemingly ideal client intent on luring them to vacant properties.
Four months after having its hand slapped by TREB, this online brokerage is closing its doors.
It seems a lot of people use Homeclosers.ca and seems to work quite well without using an agent. So I can see this new online technology may work.
What we need is a correction in the market place to get rid of all these bottom feeders.
It seems like yet another attempt to sell homes online, when what people are really drawn too is the service provided. Buying a home is not like picking up dishes from a Sears catalogue, there NEEDS to be a person involved to help guide, give advice, and lean on for support. There is a lot of room for mistakes, and legal consequences if they occur. I'm assuming this new site will be the ones responsible for any legal issues that arise?Any company that feels real estate can be done in this matter is obviously missing the mark on what real estate really is about. There's been NUMEROUS companies that have promised to change the game, and some of them have been VERY big players (Rogers and such), and they've all failed.
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