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  • Will rising construction costs prompt owners to sell up? by Olivia D'Orazio

    Single family homes could see construction costs rising by as much as $10 per square foot, but will we see an increase in property listings? REP investigates.

  • Refining the Art: Designated Growth for Agents by Samo Ayoub

    Growth markets demand growing professionals. But how do you optimize your professional development strategy? VP of the Real Estate Institute of Canada Gareth R. Jones talks demand, development and continued education through designations.

  • Daily Market Update by REP

    Jan 20. not so great for Ottawa: OREB president... Record number of homes sell over $3-million in Vancouver... GoodLife making play at Target locations... CPR forms partnership with Toronto real estate brokerage...

  • Confidence up in New Brunswick as home sales rise by Jordan Maxwell

    New Brunswick had its hottest December for home sales since 2009, with a 9.3 per cent increase year-over-year.

  • Target’s exit not all bad by Olivia D'Orazio

    The doomsayers were out in full force last week when Target announced plans to close up shop in our fair country, but some commercial brokers say the retail giant’s exit could be great news.

  • What happens when buyers overpay? by Jamie Henry

    An agent in Quebec who defeated a disgruntled buyer in court has set a precedent for sales reps across the province.

  • Warn your Calgary-based investor clients by REP

    Agents with investor clients in the Calgary area should warn those clients about a man illegally operating as a property manager.

  • Daily Market Update by REP

    TD says housing boom masking other challenges... House prices continue to fall in Calgary... New website aims to cut commissions... Record home prices in Vancouver for 2014... Buyer sought lawsuit against agent over condo sale...

  • Re/Max vets trade big-name for indie brokerage by REP

    Several real estate veterans have opted to trade in the big name of their former Re/Max brokerage in favour of starting an independent firm.

  • Toronto cop shares 10 safety tips by Olivia D'Orazio

    An incident in the States has renewed calls for agents to work with caution. We spoke with a Toronto Constable Gordon Reid about what you can do to stay safe while buying and selling real estate.

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