How will the tech-driven company affect the role of Canadian real estate agents?
Will the changes really help Canadians borrow more?
Canada’s central bank reveals the impact on interest rates following the Fort McMurray forest fire, stalled oil production, and the Brexit
The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation released information on foreign ownership in one major market in a bid to address “data gaps”
Agents are cheering for TREB in its fight to protect sold data, and one argues clients are also on the Board’s side
A new paradigm is emerging surrounding how a business should respect the stakeholders that are essential to its long-term prosperity
The Toronto Real Estate Board is appealing the decision by the Competition Tribunal that would force the board to release its sold and pending sold data, citing privacy concerns
As the cliché goes, all real estate is local. And that adage proves true, once again, in June
Home inspectors’ group calls on the provincial government to institute a compulsory “cooling off period” after bidding to allow for inspections
Creating an atmosphere of teamwork and education ensures that industry newcomers don’t burn out and leave before they reach their true potential
A start-up is aiming to help agents earn even more commissions by incentivizing them to refer mortgages through its new platform, Refery
More and more buyers in Vancouver are sidestepping inspections altogether so that they can win in their respective bids, a home inspectors’ group warns
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