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  • Urbanization changing future of housing by Jennifer Paterson

    Agents in Canada's major cities can expect a steady stream of business as a new report suggests urbanization morphed the interests of Canadian buyers to prefer city dwelling over sprawling suburbs.

  • Daily Market Update by Jamie Henry

    PwC: Downtown living is driving the housing market…Toronto divided by income… Buying property in the US may increase your taxes…

  • The key to repeat business by Olivia D'Orazio

    Repeat business is the gift that keeps on giving, but are you doing everything you should to keep your clients – and to get them to recommend their friends?

  • Elli Davis ‘schools’ the competition by REP

    Elli Davis is top of her class but the path she took to real estate is hardly a common one. But now, after more than 30 years in the business, this teacher turned agent has earned an A+.

  • Should Winnipeg get rid of its full-time rule? by Olivia D'Orazio

    Agents in Winnipeg, where real estate professionals must work full-time, are divided over that century-old rule, with those opposed arguing there are good and bad agents – no matter the hours they work.

  • Daily Market Update by Jamie Henry

    Canada ranks highly in study of the world’s most livable countries… Forum aims to address the affordability issue… Canadians believe they will have to work until they die… US pending home sales higher…

  • Specialization or bust, say agents by Olivia D'Orazio

    The age of generalist agents is coming to a close, say industry players arguing sales reps need to hone in on a particular property type or neighbourhood, or risk extinction in an increasingly competitive market.

  • Mystery bidder buys 6,000 foreclosure homes by Jamie Henry

    A dream client is one who wants to buy an expensive luxury home. Maybe he or she is an investor who’s ready to buy two at once to add to their portfolio. But six thousand homes?

  • Can Canada compete with Jennifer Lopez’s $22 million NYC home? by Jamie Henry

    Singer/actress Jennifer Lopez recently spilled $22 million on a 6,250-square foot condo in New York City, and while that seems lofty even by Manhattan standards, our real estate market here in Canada is quickly catching up.

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