The Greater Toronto Area is riding a couple of propitious waves—namely exceptionally high job growth and immigration levels, both of which show nary a sign of abating
Borrowers might warmly welcome the news, but a major threat is brewing just beyond the horizon
Ottawa Real Estate agent in custody after knife attack... Calgary commercial market on the rise... Ottawa growing with live-work neighbourhoods... Drop in oil prices paying dividends for B.C.... Technology a pivotal sticking point for millennials...
Real estate more affordable in October... Vancouver home prices post greatest gains... Alberta market still growing, despite slip in oil prices... Canadian spending up, even in real estate... Seniors increasingly choose suburbs over cities...
Arguments around cutting commissions are usually centred on the impact on a selling agent’s income, but full-service players are increasingly suggesting the practice has a knock-on effect for them.
A growing number of agents are refusing to leave money on the table, instead helping snowbird clients in their search for a foreign home – and collecting a referral fee for the service.
The most influential real estate agents have already mastered the art of body language. Without saying a word, they can seem confident and collected – which is exactly what potential clients are looking for.
If you’re the kind of agent who believes in rumours, you might want to brush up on your Mandarin: the Canadian government is apparently planning a replacement immigrant investment program.
A $6 slip in oil prices on Thursday took the wind out of agents’ sails following an RBC Economic Research study that suggested a strong Calgary housing market, as home prices actually hit record levels for the quarter.
Talk about a room with a view!
When Gustave Eiffel designed the Parisian tower that bears his name, he not only created a global landmark – he also built a secret apartment for him and his famous friends.
Winter is traditionally a slow selling time of year, but don’t pack it in just yet! These lulls in business are actually the perfect time to gain the upper hand on your competition.
It’s an industry that gets a lot of flak, but you’ll be happy to tell your friends that real estate is increasingly driving the Canadian economy.
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
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