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  • Sales continue to surge, despite naysayers

    Brokers in Canada’s hottest condo market likely experienced a busy quarter as sales continued to surge in 2014, despite fears from some that it will eventually lead to a correction.

  • Far-out Friday: Staff penalized for bathroom breaks

    WaterSaver Faucet Co. is concerned about employee productivity levels going down the toilet -- literally.

  • Daily Market Update

    No Supreme Court hearing for the Toronto Real Estate Board on ‘virtual realtors’ offices’ case… Saskatoon sees rise in construction… Calgary developments designed for the outdoor types… And US new homes sales weaker than predicted.

  • Competition forcing brokers to look elsewhere?

    One leading broker in a niche space has to look outside major markets to find business as competition heats up.

  • BoC Governor's greatest hits

    Governor of the Bank of Canada, Stephen Poloz sure is a colourful fellow; his word acrobatics often incite any number of reactions ranging from giggles, incredulity and – at their best – better understanding. Macleans Magazine recently assembled a list of Poloz’s best metaphors.

  • Economist warns of bubble, but not everywhere

    The chief economist of the Bank of Montreal is showing more caution in the property market, but mainly in two areas.

  • Daily Market Update

    ​Bank economist concerns over some Canadian marketplaces… Three of our cities reach for the stars… Alberta economy set to overtake Quebec… And why some realtors have a lack of vision when it comes to listings…

  • Brokers agree on payment plan

    Strangley enough, brokers are echoing the sentiments of a big bank and warning clients not to follow a recent trend.

  • Broker sticks up for Realtors

    More homebuyers may be choosing to privately sell their own homes but many brokers still believe Realtors provide a safeguard for potential home owners during the buying process.

  • Billionaire calls for three day work week

    One of the world's richest men is proposing a new work structure that would have people work longer, but take more time off throughout their lives. Would the structure work for mortgage brokering?