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  • Want to innovate? Stop talking about innovation

    A new guide suggests a number of ways to get teams moving – including ditching the word ‘innovation’.

  • Daily Market Update

    ​CMHC condo survey reveals levels of investment properties… Cottage market suffering from lack of supply… Analysts await existing sales data… And Canadian households’ net worth increases.

  • Lender grows share and earns support across channel

    A leading lender is enjoying significant growth and support from the broker networks across Canada following its investment in one of those networks.

  • Broker turns to politics

    Ian Johnston, an independent mortgage broker, is running for Councillor in Newmarket’s Ward 6 and MortgageBrokerNews.ca spoke with him about why he decided to run and how his mortgage career has prepared him for politics.

  • Far Out Friday: International permission to open the blinds

    A decision to centralize business processes has left Scottish employees in the dark – literally.

  • Daily Market Update

    ​Building permit applications increase but mainly for non-residential… Experts say more data is needed to make accurate predictions for the market… And investment manager says we are in a bubble.

  • Resales boom in one market

    July 2014 was likely one of the busiest months in recent memory for many brokers in one of Canada’s markets, with the number of resales marking the second best July on record.

  • Last chance to join the elite list

    Last call for commercial brokers to take part in the feature that has proven to help bolster business.

  • The three toughest work conversations

    If you’ve been in any sort of managerial role for a while, you’ve had to tackle some tough conversations - and talking about an employee's work ethic or attitude can be among the toughest.

  • Daily Market Update

    Toronto suburbs see more seven figure prices… Saskatoon listings surge in July… Families demand bigger condos in Vancouver… And commercial real estate developers work closely with tenants as vacancy rates hit highs.