But their time is just around the corner
An insidious network of false buyers and sellers is ultimately harming the market through overheated prices
What can you do to retain the employees who are most critical to the success of your business?
Recent numbers from one of the country’s largest real estate boards show a record amount of home sales for the month of July.
A tough economic picture in the Wildrose province has seen agents’ commissions slashed in half as many are being forced to get creative to increase their value and market share.
A move that gained popularity among agents and investors might return if the Conservative government return to power this fall, as some lament the fact that the program was temporary in the first place.
A listing on Realtor.ca for a $45,000 parking spot is highlighting what the Vancouver real estate market has come to be in recent years.
Oil prices at their lowest point since the 2008 recession are sending chills down the spines of investors who fear an impending housing correction, but not all agents are throwing in the towel just yet.
Self-employed investors will have an easier time getting a mortgage as the CMHC loosens default insurance rules to allow homeowners to claim rental income.
The second quarter of 2015 produced some solid numbers for residential land prices in the process setting a new record for Canada’s largest city.
Motivational coach Roger Ellerton makes his case for why you should abandon that guiding principle if only to better figure out client needs.
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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