For starters, it depends how many people live under that roof
Portal is touted as "the Uber of real estate"
Technology that has become a hot product in the U.S. is now making a difference for agents in Canada as they look for new ways to demonstrate value to clients.
An influx of rental properties with less renters to fill them has created a small dip in condo sales out West.
A once-contentious issue about foreign investment in Canada is losing steam as confidence is reportedly growing in 2015 due to housing and bonds, despite a troubled energy sector.
Bad service damages your public perception, credibility and market reputation. In short, it reduces revenue and drives up costs. But, by focusing on the little things, you can go from bad or average to excellent. Here’s how.
There is a popular myth in business that if you invest in advertising you will get more inquiries, which will then lead to more sales, and ultimately more money in the bank.
Sales reps looking for opportunities to cash in are focused on an industry expected to employ thousands.
Agents following the trial of a former Montreal mayor say they’re hoping any misdoings in his political career won’t taint his current profession – real estate sales.
For the first time since the oil crash, Calgary prices are on the rebound.
A respected agent has lost his license and been handed a hefty fine over allegations he took advantage of a mentally ill buyer.
As Toronto prices continue to rise, one lesser-known neighbourhood in the city is poised to grow into a real estate ‘hotspot.’
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