Entries for REP's annual showcase of Canada's emerging real estate talent close this Friday
A new whitepaper delves into how a new technology solution by Master Lock® is raising the bar around the security and efficiency of property showings
Home prices are expected to rise or remain stable in most Canadian markets this year, according to an in-depth report released by one industry organization.
Agents working in Canada's more northern neighbourhoods are increasingly left with fewer lending options for clients, a move some brokers say means big business for the banks.
Nova Scotia property prices increase... December active month for Montreal real estate market... Would-be-tenants robbed by phony realty... RECO registrar has advice for realtors...
Deutsche Bank in Germany is the latest to join a chorus of financial institutions urging caution amid reports of market overvaluation in Canada – this time by 63 per cent.
Housing starts in Canada were trending slightly lower in December as developers work to stabilize the pace of new home construction, and by extension the supposedly overheated housing market.
Opening MLS sales data to the public would be a mistake, say agents arguing the potential for catastrophic misinterpretation far outweighs the benefit to publicizing the information.
Being frugal can be a good thing – unless you’re a real estate agent trying to sell a house, but one sales rep in Southern California is doing just that.
What do your listing videos include? Maybe some easy jazz playing in the background? How about a confident host? Or a meteorologist explaining the wonderful climate in that region?
If you thought your new drone was high-tech, think again! Virtual tours, and the 3D technology behind them, are making their way through the real estate business and savvy agents had better get on board.
An agent in British Columbia is cashing in on interest from Asian buyers increasingly looking to invest not in Vancouver, but in the province’s more rural regions.
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