How will the tech-driven company affect the role of Canadian real estate agents?
Will the changes really help Canadians borrow more?
It’s not only important to diversify your business, writes Eddie Besaw, but also to hire a wide range of employees
A new study points to the typical homebuyer -- and who, exactly, agents should be targeting
Demand for housing in the city projected to remain stable in the next 25 years
It’s all well and good spending hours, days or months on putting a business plan into place, but if you fail when it comes to putting it into action then you’re back to square one. Cyril Peupion explains how to follow through on your strategy
Delinquency rates for one of Canada’s largest home buying cohorts is on the rise
Cardboard moving boxes are piled about the living room of an otherwise half-packed house nestled on a tree-lined residential street in a quiet Vancouver-area suburb - a scene frozen in time that the home's owners blame on British Columbia's controversial new tax on foreign buyers
Agent has been cited for breach of professionalism by allowing her mother to act as an agent with her business
Forget multitasking – we need to narrow our focus to become more efficient and stay mentally fit, according to brain expert Dr. Jenny Brockis
July’s figures impacted by lack of inventory and affordability issues
But that doesn’t mean a similar policy will soon be passed in Canada’s largest city
A revolution designed to raise the bar for the entire Real Estate Industry.
Two American companies have recently decided to setup shop north of the border, bringing both excitement and trepidation to the Canadian real estate scene
Global real estate brand continues Canadian expansion with its first Whistler brokerage