Real estate sales agents in the Greater Toronto Area don’t skew heavily male nor female, but the latter still content with rampant sexism
There are no absolutes, especially in so-called trends of recovery
Housing starts across Canada during the month of April were lower than a year ago, with the oil shock continuing to rattle confidence.
While repeat and referral business is likely your best source of consistent clients, new research shows the Internet is quickly becoming the second best place to get new leads – by a long shot.
A listing video out of California is proving that sex, indeed, sells – especially when it comes to real estate.
Of course, one should never generalize, but you can’t argue that finding stereotypes is particularly easy among real estate agents.
One industry expert is pointing to two specific factors that, while worrying for the economy, could mean buyer agents will still be busy.
Building permits value up 11.6 per cent in March… Fed up Vancouverites launch petition against foreign ownership… Retail market defies trend in Saskatoon…
New Alberta government could introduce rent controls… Report: condo activity has moderated in Toronto… Sales rise in Ontario markets…
As more and more television shows glamourize “flipping,” experienced investors are suggesting your clients focus on a long-term strategy instead.
It’s been said before, but it seems the chorus is contagious – yet another report is calling the Ontario housing market overvalued.
If the Bank of Canada wants to encourage economic recovery, it will leave rates alone, says one industry executive.
Global real estate brand continues Canadian expansion with its first Whistler brokerage
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