In a world where people are drowning in data, how does a realtor put together a meaningful client event?
Apartment units reported the biggest price gains amongst all housing types
A new methodology of collaboration is necessary to keep pace with the speed of today’s business environment, according to Janine Garner
Recent statistics point to a slight sales slowdown within the country’s westernmost province
It’s a topic that stirred much debate among real estate agents – and now we know how common it is to disclose house stigmas to potential buyers
Long-time Surrey resident argues that the new foreign buyer’s tax does not address the fundamental problem of supply shortage in Vancouver
Video can be a great way to engage customers, and these days it costs very little. Video expert Geoff Anderson points out some mistakes to avoid
Following a disappointing StatsCan report, one leading economist weighs in on the impact it could have in Canada
Vancouver-based professionals said that the levy would only scare off skilled workers that can contribute significantly to the city’s economy
In this extract from their book Selfish, Scared & Stupid, Dan Gregory and Kieran Flanagan reveal how being fearless – while idealized to a great extent – can lead to sloppy mistakes and poor decisions
We asked our readers what they think about the new 15% tax on foreign buyers in Vancouver. The results are in – and they may surprise you
Audio branding will reinforce the company’s brand image and commitment to top-notch customer service, RE/MAX officials say
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