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.
This will be a big fail, the Real Estate and Renovation internet offerings are already over crowded. The ones that survive will be the ones that cater to local markets. Consumers always narrow down their service professionals down to their local experts and referrals. I'm pretty sure they will generate a lot of ad revenue though, and that"s what its about for Sony, Yahoo, Yellow pages and Rogers and so on.
Can't agree more. The buyers and Sellers already have a plethora of means of coming together from eBay of a few years ago and now kijiji yet they majority who realize right away and then most who find out the hard way, real estate is a complicated transaction and requires a professional to manage the time, enrergy and contracts to make sure the deal completes. why are people trying to get around the realtors and generate revenue without us when in the end we broker the lions share of the transactions. If they want in the game they should work with us, not against us.
Let them try, why not.
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