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  • Agents breathing relief on spec tax by Jordan Maxwell

    One real estate agent is raining down applause after the Premier of B.C., Christy Clark, put the nail in the coffin for a proposal surrounding a speculation tax on property flippers.

  • Personal branding: how to stand out from the pack by REP

    Giving yourself a personal brand that makes you stand out from the rest of the pack entails far more than wearing a snazzy suit. Michael Neaylon explains how to get it right, and the fatal mistakes to avoid.

  • Agents managing expectations amid high prices by Jordan Maxwell

    Home prices reported by real estate boards in Ontario have agents setting realistic goals for their clients who often have idealistic goals for the home process.

  • A moderate slowdown in one major condo market by Justin da Rosa

    Brokers in one major market may have noticed a decline in clients seeking mortgages for condos – and that trend may continue with fewer starts being reported as well.

  • Housing starts point upward as builds fuel growth by Jordan Maxwell

    New numbers from the CMHC highlight strong growth and multiple housing starts as a sign that demand is strong in the Canadian housing market.

  • Dip in multi-family construction intentions by Jennifer Paterson

    Construction intentions for multi-family dwellings were down 8.1 per cent in April to 12,141 units, following two strong consecutive monthly gains, according to new figures by Statistics Canada.

  • 3D tech to have an impact on agents by Jordan Maxwell

    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.

  • Condo sales down in this Western city by Jordan Maxwell

    An influx of rental properties with less renters to fill them has created a small dip in condo sales out West.

  • Foreigners rediscover investment opportunities by Jordan Maxwell

    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.

  • How to deliver exceptional service by REP

    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.

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