Christopher Audette, who heads of one of REP’s Top Teams for 2019, explains how new team leaders can set themselves up for success
Millennials are struggling to achieve homeownership, even those with good-paying jobs
20 per cent of renters spend half of their income on housing… Canadian snowbirds fly back home… Muskoka sees increased interest…
One agent and a few industry players are facing criticism for co-opting a social media campaign and trying to help Vancouverites afford housing.
A former real estate board president, currently on trial for attempted murder, told a courtroom that he beat his wife to the brink of death in an effort to keep her from shopping.
This could be the newest trend in real estate – and your buyers won’t have to break the bank to get it.
Sales activity continues to defy expectations, with Canadians taking advantage of warm weather and low rates in April for a 10 per cent spike in sales volume.
British Columbia had its best April in a decade, brushing off suggestions that the oil shock might finally impact Canada’s hottest market.
Canadian real estate executive among victims of Amtrak crash… Size matters less than quality to Canadian homebuyers… Longer mortgages are the choice for more homeowners…
Stagnated gains in Toronto and Vancouver contributed to a meagre 0.2 per cent price gain in April.
Agents who think they’re giving good service might actually be breaking real estate legislation around sold data – a move possibly jeopardizing CREA’s tribunal case.
Social media is just that: social. So posting pictures of your cat may be the best lead generation tool going, says the “Internet Doctor.”
A revolution designed to raise the bar for the entire Real Estate Industry.
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