For starters, it depends how many people live under that roof
Portal is touted as "the Uber of real estate"
The verdict may be in: a new report by global financial giant Credit Suisse suggests Canada has already avoided the kind of severe market correction many agents continue to worry about.
As a lead generator, social media has been a bust for even the tech-savviest agents, say industry players, but here’s why you shouldn’t throw the baby out with the virtual bathwater.
Competition is tough, clients are haggling and you want more market share – should you be cutting your commission rate?
Getting the best out of your sales team is much more than setting targets and doing the odd formal performance reviews.
Just in time for Halloween, Auction.com is selling a ghost town in Connecticut for less than $1 million.
Inflation figures should be good news for homeowners… Vancouver’s commercial sector suffers a setback… Developers pay for upgrading transit stations… US housing starts increase…
If your neighbour did something that absolutely infuriated you, how would you react?
There’s no doubt you’ve come across a listing on MLS that had the most ridiculous photos: blurry kitchens, stretched bedrooms and maybe a few pictures that you couldn’t decipher at all.
Agents in Canada’s largest cities say bidding wars and offer dates are being made to take the fall for the kind of rapid growth in pricing increasingly outstripping the means of even well-heeled buyers.
They’ve gone from zero to more than 1,000 offices, they like the fat commissions that could come with luxury home sales, but could they be headed north?
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