A sincere thank you to our regulators, Ministers, MP’s, etc. for your concern about my personal debt figures
One fifth of Canadians say they will never retire.
The level of contracts signed for new US home sales in September only saw a modest increase, according to new figures from the National Association of Realtors.
Brokers may view material flashiness as an outdated requirement for entrepreneurial success, with several contradicting what was once a popularly-held belief.
Women are cracking through the last of the industry’s glass ceilings but still have a ways to go, say industry players pointing to the increasingly competitive nature of that segment of the market.
Despite all the talk of real-time feedback and Generation Y’s need for praise and critique, some companies are still stuck in the rut of six or 12-month performance reviews.
A plot of land in Vancouver is believed to have broken records for the most expensive condo development site.
Credit ratings agency Moody’s is warning of a bubble in Canada, but it’s not home loans this time.
The latest figures show that new single-family home sales south of the border have seen growth in September; hitting a 6 year high.
It’s a tale of two Canadas that brokers are all too familiar with and, following the Bank of Canada’s housing forecast, brokers are reiterating calls for regional regulations.
CMP’s annual Superbrokers issue – which gives each of the large networks a chance to boast about their offerings and plans for the future – comes out next month. But we want to know before then how well they address technology needs.