• Business cards: how does yours stack up? by Jamie Henry

    A business card says a lot about a person, and the difference between a good one and a bad one can make or break your memorability.

  • Are nosy neighbours good for open houses? by Jamie Henry

    According to a recent REP poll, a majority of agents believe nosy neighbours and lookie-lous are beneficial to the success of an open house.

  • Commercial market to shine in 2015 by Jordan Maxwell

    Despite lower oil prices, Canada's commercial and industrial real estate market – particularly in Calgary and Edmonton – is poised for growth in 2015, as demand continues to rise.

  • Happy Holidays from Real Estate Professional by REP

    That’s right – it’s that time of year again, and Real Estate Professional is stepping back from its daily news reporting for the holidays.

  • Agent education: what happened? by Olivia D'Orazio

    Most agents can agree that the industry often leaves much to be desired as far as professionalism goes, but sales reps are increasingly divided in determining the root cause of that apparent incompetence.

  • Alberta fraudster highlights industry trust issues by Olivia D'Orazio

    The growing mob demanding persecution against an Alberta man targeting vulnerable individuals and illegally trading in real estate is, in fact, a fine reminder for agents to “do it right”.

  • Markets aren’t overvalued, agents argue by Jamie Henry

    Real estate watchers across the country are holding their collective breath, waiting to see what disasters 2015 will bring to an over-valued market, but some agents say Canadians will more likely breathe a sigh of relief.

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