In Focus

Opportunity in Kelowna, B.C

Culture, atmosphere a powerful draw for homebuyers
Posted on 1 Sep 2015

They are the intangibles of a client’s homebuying purchase – but a vibrant arts community and access to recreational facilities are an important factor for those looking to settle down.

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Easy access fuelling Kelowna market frenzy
Posted on 31 Aug 2015

Kelowna B.C.’s housing market has taken off in the last decade, and that can be attributed to a single factor: accessibility.

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How to choose which brokerage to work with

Why Realtors are flocking to Toronto’s luxury residential real estate market
Posted on 14 Sep 2018

With tens of thousands of people moving to the GTA each year, Toronto is consistently ranked as one of best cities to live in

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How to find the ideal brokerage
Posted on 13 Sep 2018

Rather than taking a role at the first brokerage that shows an interest, real estate sales representatives should be interviewing at multiple brokerages

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Why finding the right broker is like searching for a home
Posted on 12 Sep 2018

When deciding on a brokerage to work with there are many things a real estate sales representative must consider

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Chestnut Park

Seasoned agents apply within
Posted on 20 Nov 2015

Chestnut Park Real Estate’s branch in Port Credit is poised to grow exponentially, backed by a premium luxury brand in an affluent market—the only thing needed at this point is a few more talented agents to assist with the high demand for real estate in this area.

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How crucial is branch support for agents?
Posted on 19 Nov 2015

Maintaining the high level of quality expected from their agents has led to the development of an extensive support and training system at Chestnut Park. And this system is essential in ensuring branch support for their realtors says industry veteran John Lusink.

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Tony Port Credit draws deep pocket purchasers
Posted on 18 Nov 2015

This isn’t your father’s Mississauga! An entirely new kind of client is coming to the Port Credit waterfront area looking to buy—and the exclusive, high end homes are a strong draw.

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