What attracts young guns?
What is attracting so many Canadians to the real estate industry?
Shielding clients from multiple multiple-offer failures
Multiple offers have become commonplace is some of Canada’s larger cities, but that doesn’t mean a failed bid is any easier for clients to swallow.
The best way to price
Listing price is the Goldilocks of real estate – not too high, not too low, but just right. We talk pricing in this edition of REP TV.
Bully bids are here to stay... or are they?
There are few real estate strategies as controversial as bully bids. But, love them or hate them, agents can’t argue that the tactic is gaining traction in some of the country’s hottest markets. We talk bully bids in this edition of REP TV.
Do we need better real estate education?
Much has been made of the rush of new agents to the market – especially in major Canadian cities like Toronto and Vancouver – but the bigger question is how qualified are those new sales reps? We look at higher real estate education in this edition of REP TV.
It's time to embrace change
Times, they are a-changin’! And real estate agents need to keep up. We talk embracing change in this edition of REP TV.
Investor properties and the law
Working with investor clients can be quite lucrative, but they also require a lot more know-how when it comes to financing, management, and everything in between. We sat with Matt Maurer, a property lawyer at Minden Gross LLP in Toronto, to discuss tenanted properties in this edition of REP TV.
Tips for selling pre-construction condos
It would be wonderful – not to mention cost-effective – to sell an entire neighbourhood. And it’s something many agents successfully do. We discuss selling pre-construction condos in this edition of REP TV.
Dealing with difficult agents
Real estate transactions aren’t always as easy as signing on the dotted line. But when you’re dealing with a difficult agent on the other side of the table, a tough deal can seem impossible. We talk troublesome sales reps in this edition of REP TV.