Neil Sharma is a journalist at Real Estate Professional Canada.
A Mississauga, ON brokerage is leveraging technology to make buying and selling homes a breeze for consumers
The national sales cycle in January was the slowest since 2015, but, in Toronto’s case, that doesn't tell the whole story
Running a successful realty team requires time and dedication—expect a functional operation to take between three and five years—and Drew Woolcott of the REMAX Escarpment Woolcott Realty Inc. has some tips to share
American virtual office website (VOW) Redfin’s entry into the Canadian market is a telltale sign that real estate’s business model has expanded, but what does that mean for the traditional way of doing things?
There’s a new realty brokerage in town and it’s already a hit with both consumers and agents alike
Through the first month of the year, there have already been more home sales in the Greater Toronto Area than there were through January 2018
TREB's CEO extolled government action on key housing files, but panned the mortgage stress test, which he says, combined with rising interest rates, is creating a perfect storm for buyers.
Single Canadians, despite having low debt and sufficient means to purchase a home, are reticent about becoming homeowners
The Ontario government may soon amend the Real Estate and Business Brokers Act, and if successful it could prevent runaway market prices that have rendered Vancouver and Toronto unaffordable
Last year, national home sales fell 11.1%—and given that economic spinoff activity from a single sale averages $64,000—that could reverberate through the economy
Global real estate brand continues Canadian expansion with its first Whistler brokerage
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