• Time to suit up by REP

    Business suits and real estate agents go hand-in-hand, and open houses and office meetings can seem like a tidal wave of greys, blacks and whites. But there is another way: “A bit of colour won’t kill you,” says our trendy professional.

  • Foreign buyers set sights on Canada’s commercial sector by Jordan Maxwell

    Agents in Canada’s commercial space may want to pick up a Rosetta Stone as foreign buyers increasingly set their sights on non-residential real estate.

  • Do wind turbines impact property values? by Jennifer Paterson

    Wind turbines offer a clean alternative to traditional energy sources, but are they doing more harm than good when it comes to property values?

  • One-year condo investments are a dangerous game by Jennifer Paterson

    They might be good news for agents, but investors who purchase a condo unit with the intention of selling for a profit within a year are playing a dangerous game, says one real estate expert.

  • Quebec FSBO gets its day in court by Jamie Henry

    Save the date: the Quebec Federation of Real Estate Boards will get its day in court on January 8, as its lawsuit against the country's largest for-sale-by-owner company comes to a head.

  • No market crash on the horizon, agents say by Olivia D'Orazio

    Amid falling oil prices, scary reports of market-overvaluation and doomsayers promising a U.S.-style crash, agents are instead pointing to the hyper-local nature of real estate as reason enough for its long-term stability.

  • Buyers reconsider old inventory as sales rise by Olivia D'Orazio

    The Toronto real estate market is still hot, hot, hot, but according to the latest figures from the Toronto Real Estate Board potential buyers are being forced to reconsider the properties they once overlooked.

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