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
More homebuyers are willing to take on less-than-perfect properties, largely due to what a report by the Altus Group calls the ‘HGTV effect’.
Using video is a great way to boost your online presence, and with sites like YouTube and Vimeo, it’s even easier to market your services with this medium – for free. But with millions and millions of videos uploaded every day, it’s hard to find your way through the noise.
There are certain things that everyone wants in a home: granite countertops, hardwood floors, maybe an extra bathroom or two… But there are some bonuses that lots of homebuyers don’t immediately recognize.
There are still a lot of people who can’t seem to look beyond the small things to see a house’s greater potential. That’s why it’s even more important to fix those small things before bringing a house to market.
With an aging population, investors should look to seniors’ residences for solid investments, especially as the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) reports a drop in the national vacancy rate to 9.7 per cent for 2014.
After a soft launch in January, RankMyAgent.com is gearing up to offer buyers and sellers a fully functioning and user-friendly platform to rate and review real estate agents.
Developing a personal brand may sound like a daunting task for busy real estate professionals, but it can be a key part of moving your career forward.
Scotiabank offered its apologies and waived the $7,000 in fees that it applied to an injured soldier who broke his mortgage contract to move back to his home in New Brunswick.
Rural-based Realtors shouldn’t rejoice too soon – last year’s 15.1 per cent increase in farm real estate values reported by Statistics Canada isn’t likely to be repeated in 2014, according to one farm real estate expert.
On Tuesday, REP brought you part one in a series on the hidden costs of cottage investment, specifically related to tax implications. Now, Christine Van Cauwenberghe, the assistant vice-president of tax and estate planning at Investors Group, identifies other expenses for cottage owners and investors to consider before heading into the hinterland.
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