The commercial real estate sector sometimes gets short-shrifted when it comes to accessing data—unlike the residential sector which enjoys copious quantities from all corners—but one company is changing that
Being busy and being successful are not one in the same
Quebec government is looking at the state of the Act governing real estate brokerages
Good advice for clients who are looking to downsize and move into a strata property for the first time.
Shifts in customer behaviour are being driven by technology. How should your business react to keep up with a changing competitive landscape?
With electronic signatures now legally binding in Ontario, they may become the norm, replacing fax machines
Industry should look at the true benefits of open houses when it comes to the safety of agents, says sales rep’s son
What to do when conflict turns your business into a battleground
Chinese-only signage, including real estate, still prevalent in Richmond despite education blitz
Peterborough agent ready to throw his hat in the ring as site for casino sought
You might be daunted by the prospect of getting social media right for your brokerage. Here’s a simple guide to get you on your way
Following similar moves in Ontario and Manitoba, Nova Scotia Realtors are fearful of increased fees for home buyers
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
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