Sleep - perchance to dream. Or not, as is the case for a large amount of Canadian workers
In a city where condos sprout as often as weeds, the solution is right under our noses
Canada’s population is aging, but some generations are growing faster than others – and smart agents are finding different ways to target this demographic now.
No, it’s not you: the number of agents is growing faster than provincial populations across Canada, but that won’t decide the day, say industry players arguing it’s not the number of licensees that’s the problem.
The results of a REP poll indicate the majority of industry players believe part-time agents should disclose their status to clients, a stark contrast to many comments in the REP forum.
The condo market won’t collapse just yet, according the CMHC economists, pointing to high prices in the single-detached market that continue to push buyers toward high-rise living quarters.
The often-forgotten retail real estate sector contributed $6.9 billion to the Canadian economy in 2013, a new report says, but retail-focused agents aren’t quite so optimistic for the coming year.
The hot market that many of Toronto’s agents benefited from could begin to wane, warns the CMHC, as many buyers shift focus to more affordable neighbouring communities.
Ignore the rumours of “overbuilding,” says a new report – even more properties will be required to satisfy immigration levels now expected to surpass expectations.
As listing videos become more common, agents continue to look for unique ways to set their own videos apart – and one of those ways is by rapping.
Agents looking to break into the high-end home market might have an easier go in the province housing much of Canada’s oil production – and half of Canada’s top 10 per cent of earners.
Agents can find the perfect property for tweenage clients in a Stratford, Ont., bungalow, though young buyers will likely not care about the whirlpool tub, backyard deck, or attached garage.
Perkins Coie is pleased to announce that Devin P. McComb has joined the firm’s Seattle office as a partner in the Real Estate & Land Use practice
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Nancy Bailey exits Sotheby’s Realty Canada and joins Engel & Völkers Niagara-on-the-Lake, working alongside Peter Fischer and Carmela D’Amico