Real estate sales representatives will not have to register as travel agents to work on short-term rentals
This is in contrast to Vancouver, which tends to be a retirement market
A slower-than-normal arrival for spring has stalled the beginning of the season for agents in a region of the country already challenged by market uncertainty.
A court decision coming last month could see some of your clients forfeit their rights as homeowners, making it less attractive for them to sell their property.
Veteran agents and rookies alike can benefit from a real estate refresher. This week, we talk negotiation with Debbie Hanlon, an industry pro with more than 20 years’ experience in the business.
Oliver: No action needed on housing market... Canada housing starts higher than expected... Property sales stoke fears of money laundering in Van City...
Housing starts in one province have increased by 83 per cent year-over-year, according to new figures.
Agents hoping for a speedy resolution to the Toronto Real Estate Board’s tribunal hearing with Canada’s Competition Bureau may have just had those hopes dashed.
Agents in one market say they’ve hit a winning formula that keeps FSBO competitors at bay, if not cutting them out altogether. But is the remedy worse than the disease?
How could having Taylor Swift rent your client’s property be bad for business? Here’s how.
GE to sell real estate for $30billion... Fixed rate dips to 1.49, upping the ante for real estate market... Spring welcoming buyers to market in Toronto...
Increased construction intentions in some of Canada’s less populated provinces drove a boost to the value of building permits in February, Stats Can reports.
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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