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  • Strong investment sees city go from strength to strength by Jordan Maxwell

    New figures show a 14 per cent increase in real estate sales in January compared to last year and one industry expert says there’s more to come in 2015.

  • Daily Market Update by REP

    Injunction served to man selling real estate... Peterborough sales reach pre-recession levels... Alberta resales slide 16 per cent... Investors, realtors banking on micro-condos to sell...

  • CMHC’s forecast a stretch on higher January starts by Olivia D'Orazio

    It could take a little while before the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp.’s recent predictions of a calmer housing market come to fruition, as the latest starts data shows a slight rise in seasonally adjusted starts.

  • Options are good, but are they bad for business? by Olivia D'Orazio

    Alternative payment structures are the latest trend commanding the real estate industry’s attention, but some agents say offering services at too low a cost is simply bad for business.

  • 5 easy ways to win a micro-market by Jamie Henry

    Narrowing in on a smaller segment of the real estate market can be a big and daunting task, but these five tiny tips can make entering – and dominating – a micro-market as easy as pie.

  • Canadians still top investors in U.S. real estate by Jennifer Paterson

    Agents with big-budgeted investor clients are wise to make some friends south of the border, as Canadians increasingly look to the U.S. for investment opportunities.

  • Daily Market Update by REP

    Sales cool off in Okanagan during January... Realtors cleaning up on storage real estate... MLS sales drag in Calgary...

  • 'Moderated' market by 2016? You have oil to thank by Olivia D'Orazio

    According to a new outlook report released by the CMHC today, Canada could be headed for moderated housing market, but the impact of low oil values is still going to be felt.

  • How much mortgage debt are your clients taking on? by Olivia D'Orazio

    Canadians are increasingly taking on more debt to afford larger and more expensive homes, but in which province are homeowners particularly indebted?

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