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
Agents dream of using drones to shoot sweeping panoramic views of listings, but have you ever dreamed of that drone making Thanksgiving dinner for you?
Many real estate agents make a successful career through repeat business, but one industry player in Manhattan found a disgraceful way to squeeze even more cash from his past clients.
A phenomenon that brokers have already started to question is raising eyebrows at the IMF, now suggesting that the growing use of uninsured mortgages could pose a problem.
A dearth of commercial space in Canada has seen a growing number of Canadians buy down south, but that’s poised to change as a new report suggests local agents are in for their own boom in 2015.
Don’t pick up those ski poles quite yet! Veteran agents say winter is the best time to strengthen your business in preparation for a busy spring season.
Selling a listing based on the merit of a previous owner is commonplace in real estate, though usually reserved for higher end neighbourhoods – but that’s not the case with a small Toronto apartment.
Agents in Toronto and Vancouver might not relate to this, but industry players in comparatively smaller metropolitan markets say downsizing baby boomers looking for a smaller space with the same luxuries they’re used to have been left wanting.
New construction boom ahead?... Revised immigration numbers... Canada goes big in U.S. real estate... Affordability improves for some Canadians... Eastern Canada regains sales momentum...
Agents working with downsizing seniors may want to shift their clients’ focus away from the suburbs, says the author of a report finding older generations in car-dependent neighbourhoods are increasingly stuck at home.
Almost all of the 10,000 free .realtor domains offered by CREA have been scooped up by Canadian agents, compared to just five per cent of NAR members in the U.S.
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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