Closing a commercial real estate deal is leaps and bounds more difficult than a residential deal, but sometimes half the battle is visibility
Greater demand for the asset class is fuelling intensified building activity
The latest debate on commissions is taking a different turn, with some agents arguing it’s what you didn’t do that’s earning you a pretty penny.
As agents brace themselves for another year of low inventories and an increasing number of desperate buyers, it’s quite likely that multiple offers are going to be commonplace in Canada’s major cities – again.
A Montreal man slapped with a $1,000 fine for an illegal drone flight serves as a good reminder for agents to “fly with caution” and file the appropriate paperwork before take-off.
With ever-shrinking inventories and increasingly desperate buyers, it’s becoming more important for agents to market listing photos to the right buyer.
Agents will soon have a helping hand in expressing to buyer clients the importance of mortgage and title insurance.
An increasing number of condo buyers are choosing developments that are positioned near “practical” amenities and not fancy cafés and bars.
Most economists agree that interest rates will rise in 2015 – possibly as early as May – but property experts say the ups and downs of interest rates should never be the ‘be all, end all’ for your buyer clients.
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.
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.
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.
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