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.
The title of your article, "Major brokerage expects home prices to rise, maybe" is a little misleading.I saw the headline and wondered which brokerage is making that statement so I quickly read on to see which brokerage has economists on staff. As it turns out it isn't a brokerage at all that you're quoting. You're quoting a real estate franchise brand. I expect there are many brokerages and agents that contribute to that summary report, but it isn't one brokerage. And I'm not sure there is a dedicated economist on staff within the organization. That (providing consumer data), clearly, isn't their primary business.Consumers are already confused as to the various brokerages within the brand, how they differentiate themselves from the rest, and how their agents can all deliver the same brand promise. Misleading headlines like this really don't help.
Leading players in real estate and architecture will present the second biennial edition of Toronto of the Future
Changes reflect greater focus on advocacy and core member services, says CEO Tim Hudak
Blue Pearl Mortgage Group Inc. is expanding its footprint once again, this time with services in Ontario