The spring luxury real estate market in Toronto should be a brisk one
The projects are expected to have a major impact in the downtown areas of these cities
Although Realtors aren’t able to incorporate in some provinces, one agency group at least is using a novel way to use a company structure to help with tax planning for its agents. The structure, however, is best suited to high performers.
CREA members will soon have a leg-up on other real estate agents, with the Oct. 23 launch of the .realtor top-level domain.
Chris Fyvie has a real edge on his commercial real estate competition. Often perceived as an old boys’ club, Fyvie is leveraging his savvy tech knowledge to win new deals, satisfy new clients and break the glass ceiling in commercial real estate.
Calgary MLS sales near record level for September… Fund management company says BoC needs to revert to talks of interest rate rises… Could some seniors be better off renting?
The market is tightening, business is getting tougher and there are new calls to let consumers know if the agent they are planning on using is a full-time real estate agent or maybe a plumber, mechanic or pilot during their ‘day’ job.
Brokers are rebuking licensing bodies, which they claim do little to prepare agents for work in the field, but are unprofessional and unqualified sales reps really the fault of the boards and associations?
The most recent kidnap and murder of a real estate agent during a showing is being taken as a lesson to sales reps throughout North America.
Agents who once turned up their noses at leasing clients are now taking on the lower-paying work. Is this a sign of the changing times, where Realtors now outnumber buyers in several parts of the country?
Realtors top the list for wage increases… Should Vancouver for a large number of small developments rather than a small number of large ones?… The loonie takes a hit after weaker GDP figures… And Nova Scotia introduces fracking ban…
With the lack of inventory plaguing several municipalities across the country, agents are working hard to make sure the deals they do have close as seamlessly as possible. But one check that seems so straight-forward actually has the potential to destroy a deal and send your clients spiraling into years of arbitration.
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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