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An annual event in oil country has routinely hampered home sales during the 10-day affair, but agents are optimistic that there will be no declines this year.
Sales continue to rise in Vancouver as the city experienced one of the hottest Junes on record, driven by high demand and low supply.
Property listings continue to fly off the shelf in what many are calling Ontario’s hottest market for agents – a stone’s throw from the GTA.
With the relaunch of Zoocasa, homebuyers are being warned about the perils associated with selecting the wrong agent – online or otherwise.
All the effort to crack down on fake bids may travel out West as agents call for that kind of protection.
New rules to allow electronic signatures for real estate transactions are drawing praise from many agents, but also their concern.
Scorching real estate markets have investors calling for something once considered ruinous.
Ten days after Zoocasa shut down, the discount real estate website has returned under new ownership.
High real estate prices in one Canadian city has some calling for agents to take less commissions, saying it’s high time for a downward adjustment in agents’ fees given that home valuations have increased.
The Alberta Real Estate Association’s decision to support the new NDP government’s move to build affordable housing units drew the ire of one realtor who thinks the market will correct itself.
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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