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The ways burnout manifests itself can range drastically – for some, its aggressive behaviour at work; for others, it’s downing a few extra glasses of wine at home.
The latest Bloomberg Nanos Canadian Confidence Index shows that confidence in job security and the real estate market are edging higher.
A former analyst at the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation says there is a strengthening link between the stock market and condo sales.
New figures from the National Realtors Association show that the number of contracts signed for existing US home sales fell in August.
The former manager/COO of one of Canada’s largest brokerages has resurfaced as the president of a rate site’s brokerage arm – a move likely to drum up some debate in the industry.
Criticism continues to pour in regarding one industry player’s pending book and bleak outlook for the housing market.
Six basic principles for managing and motivating employees of very different ages.
New analysis of figures shows that the lowest property prices do not always mean low property taxes.
While homeowners may complain about the amount they have to pay for property tax, the latest figures from the Real Property Association of Canada (REALpac) show that the ratio of commercial to residential tax paid in Canada’s municipalities is 2.79 to 1.
With rents continuing to rise Vancouver is becoming increasingly unaffordable.