An on-the-ground look at how the novel coronavirus has impacted agents’ day-to-day operations
Canadians who are in "good financial condition" are expected to do their part
Can leadership authenticity really be a key to capturing the hearts and minds of employees, and can it be developed?
Could this CMHC study lead to more affordable housing for potential buyers in hot markets?
A Brampton, Ont. Real estate agent took to social media to warn fellow realtors of a “shady character acting as a buyer” in the area
Clients are more demanding – and more fickle – than ever before. One false move on your part, and they’re gone. Here’s how to keep them happy – and keep them on your books
Conrad Black recently sold his house only to lease it right back. It’s an interesting method, and one that is fairly uncommon in the industry
Steady growth in average housing prices runs in defiance of pessimists’ projections of a bubble burst, a BMO economist said
Agents need to have leading edge technology to not only stay ahead of the competition, but to thrive where today’s consumer is doing business
Probably the most important marketing channel for real estate professionals doesn’t involve formal communication at all: it’s all about referrals
These recently released stats may hold the key to determining just how busy agents can expect to be for the rest of the year
While various factors have been pointed as the main drivers of housing price growth in Vancouver, an industry observer said that bidding wars due to low listing prices are to blame
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