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
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.
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.
Despite the increasing number of sales reps in the market, one investor is arguing that there are not enough good agents to help investors grow their portfolio.
Man slapped with injunction for fraud... COPE director quits... Vancouver-area commercial property fall 30 per cent...
Oil prices might be sinking, but they’re not taking the housing market with them.
It’s one of life’s little ironies, but agents are just as susceptible to the dangers of self-employment as the next guy – namely the kind that scuttles homeownership.
Commission cutters, FSBOs, discount brokerages – oh my! But one industry player says successful agents already have the tools they need to keep ahead of the pack.
Love it or hate it, networking is an important piece of the puzzle for successful real estate agents. Here’s why you should add it to your list of resolutions for 2015.
Agents aren’t being insensitive in dismissing handicap-focused search terms for the MLS, instead arguing the move would just make the search portal even more confusing.
In a first for CMHC, the Crown corporation has asked property managers in its Rental Market Survey to disclose what percentage of units are owned by foreign investors.
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