Point2 Homes reveals how agents can generate more leads
Many Canadian households enter 2019 burdened with considerable fiscal anxiety
Baby boomers leaving the workforce are re-entering as real estate agents, a career choice set to swell industry numbers with surprisingly committed and aggressive part-timers.
A tougher market ahead has agents struggling to go beyond sales patter to provide increasingly high-level advice to increasingly sophisticated clients.
GDP falls; real estate industry partly to blame... Oil slump makes Canadian REITs a bargain... Oil towns struggling as sales continue to drop...
Canada’s real gross domestic product (GDP) fell 0.1 per cent in January due in part to sagging construction and diminishing output from real estate professionals.
Mulroney: Canada must get creative with foreign ownership in Vancouver... Calgary industrial market to see rise in vacancies... Canadian real-estate players making waves in third-world...
The upcoming spring market will arrive hand-in-hand with increased scrutiny of agent paychecks.
The governor of the Bank of Canada has gone into damage control mode, defending the rate cut that shocked the markets but spurred agent business.
A recent poll on the REP site has a majority of agents agreeing that open houses are not for selling, but their value goes far beyond closing the deal.
Alberta’s new budget spares real estate market... Canadian retail industry takes yet another hit... Condos, transit boosting real estate in Hamilton...
Alberta’s new provincial budget was rife with tax increases, including those relating to real estate, but agents on the ground say those fee increases aren’t likely to really impact the market.
Global real estate brand continues Canadian expansion with its first Whistler brokerage
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