Canada's unemployment rate dropped to a near-record low of 5.5%
The downtown area's unused office spaces will be converted into retail and mixed-use property
Hanging up a shingle and waiting for clients to come to you may keep you afloat, but erecting a marketing campaign to boost referrals can take your business to the next level
Charges brought against husband and wife after complaints in 2013 when they solicited potential home sales
Latest numbers point to softening market, but some don’t think it’s as bad as it looks
You work long hours and are often tired, stressed and overwhelmed. You just don’t have time to look after yourself. Sound familiar? Timo Topp provides some tips on work-life balance
A listing agreement may be a Realtor’s bread-and-butter, but in certain circumstances alternatives may be more suitable
Agents are increasingly focused on upping their credentials through continuing education, although devoting the necessary time is the first challenge to overcome
Not every job a real estate professional has to do is fun, but confronting your excuses could see your business flourish
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?
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