And other highlights from the latest Toronto housing report
Brokers may view material flashiness as an outdated requirement for entrepreneurial success, with several contradicting what was once a popularly-held belief.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.
A seven-step checklist for small business survival.
A new poll shows that residents of Vancouver would be in favour of taxes on empty homes in their city.