The right car for the job
You know the stereotype: agents and their fancy cars. But when it comes to your vehicle, how much is too much? We take a look at what you drive in this edition of REP TV.
Should the rest of Canada follow Winnipeg's full-time rule?
It’s an age-old debate – and one that the Winnipeg board already answered for its members. But in the rest of the country, agents remain fairly divided on the full-time versus part-time discussion, making for no shortage of lively debate.
The key to keeping a client for life
Listing a property and negotiating a transaction are only part of an agent’s job. The real work starts after you hand over the keys.
What does the federal budget mean for you?
Dr. Sherry Cooper, the chief economist with Dominion Lending Centres, explains what the new federal budget means for real estate professionals.
What's the value in newspaper ads?
People are increasingly turning to the Internet for everything from news to retail, but does that mean that print is dead?
The trick to choosing a brokerage
Most agents consider brokerages a cash cow – they take your desk fees and they take part of your commission – but a good brokerage will give just as much as it takes.
The right way to use blogs
Real estate blogs are hardly uncommon, but all truly great blogs have one thing in common: they personalize the agent in a way that enables readers to connect with the writer.
Keeping your business bustling – even in winter
Most agents think the housing market screeches to a halt as soon as the thermometer hits sub-zero temperatures, but as these industry bigwigs explain, that couldn’t be further from the truth.
Website or bust
More than 90 per cent of Canadians start their home search online, so if you don't have a website, you're missing out on a majority of the market. Our experts share their tips for creating a great website experience.