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  • Fort Mac, as predicted by Olivia D'Orazio

    The latest sales data coming out of Fort McMurray might be shocking, but to those veteran agents who have been farming oil-producing regions for decades, it's nothing new.

  • Market crash? What market crash? by Olivia D'Orazio

    No, you shouldn’t be worried about the doomsayers calling for a U.S.-style crash, says one industry expert, claiming even his clients are rolling their eyes at the continued onslaught of overvaluation reports.

  • Is this the key to a successful career? by Olivia D'Orazio

    A sea-change in the buying habits for Canada's largest market has agents questioning their current business models.

  • Daily Market Update by Jordan Maxwell

    RECO aims to crack down on shady agent practices... Genworth braces for possible downturn in Alberta: CBC... Board: Fort McMurray sales dive 65 per cent in February...

  • Flips hard to come by in hot markets by Olivia D'Orazio

    Agents will need to do a lot more leg work to satisfy investor clients, as finding properties available for flipping is becoming more and more difficult.

  • Daily Market Update by Jordan Maxwell

    Lethbridge real estate broker charged with fraud... Nanos: Consumer confidence up for real estate... New director named at Ontario Real Estate Association...

  • Print’s (still) not dead by Olivia D'Orazio

    The Internet might be the new frontier in real estate, but that doesn’t mean print has gone the way of the dodo – yet.

  • Consumer confidence up as key cities post gains by Olivia D'Orazio

    Agents struggling to convert weary buyers got some help this week as the Canadian Consumer Index rose again – its third consecutive gain.

  • Tech to bridge the full-time/part-time gap by Olivia D'Orazio

    Technology has undoubtedly changed the way agents handle their real estate businesses, but could it also make it easier for part-timers to remain part time?

  • Can one board do the trick? by Olivia D'Orazio

    Agents are increasingly calling for the closure of the various regional boards in favour of one cross-Canada body, but one industry veteran says that tactic, aimed at improving board loyalty to agents, is likely to backfire.

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