When visitors land on your website, are they greeted by a templated site provided by your brokerage and/or content that the entire company is posting without any of your personality and expertise shining through?
With average prices and home sales in some of Canada’s largest cities continuing to experience astronomical growth, many analysts are wondering just how long it will take for those markets to come crashing down.
Groups of Vancouver neighbours are teaming up in ‘assemblies’ in order to create attractive land parcels to sell to developers but according to the Vancouver Sun, the city council is being “selective” on its rezoning decisions.
Analysis by the Royal Bank of Canada shows that investors looking for long-term returns would be better off with REITs than condos.
The housing market in Calgary may have softened by a Toronto developer is committed to building a new two-tower residential development in the city.
A poll by Manulife Financial has confirmed that Canadians still see home ownership and real estate investing as the best investment vehicle, and they are not willing to give up cash in their portfolios.
FSCO continues to crack down on unlicensed financial companies attempting to circumvent the use of mortgage brokers by dealing directly with the public.
One broker believes industry players will continue to be necessary when it comes to the mortgage industry.
Those operating in the commercial sector – and those interested in breaking in – should be directing clients to a specific property type.
The World’s biggest asset manager Laurence D. Fink says that buying a condo in Vancouver is a better investment than buying gold bullion.