Why should I hire a REALTOR®? Why the Answer is Yes

REALTOR® are trained and highly-skilled experts professionals 
who can make the process a much easier experience for you


What steps should I take if I have a complaint about my REALTOR®?

The Real Estate Council of Ontario regulates 

real estate salespeople / brokers in the public interest. 

What are Mortgage loan Insurance premiums?

Mortgage loan insurance premiums are calculated as a
percentage of the loan and is based on

What is Capitalization rates, or cap rate, and how to use:? When buying Commercial Proerty

In real estate investment, real property is often valued according to 

projected capitalization rates used as investment criteria.

Monaco's Tour Odeon Tower To Be Home to Worlds Priciest Penthouse? [Video]


Monaco’s luxury housing market booms as
tax haven lures the world’s super rich

What is mortgage fraud, and how can you avoid becoming a victim?

There are also simple steps you can take to protect yourself 

Could Bad grammar and typos in REALTOR'S® MLS® listings cost you money?

Perfect listings written in full sentences without spelling or grammatical errors sell three days faster

What happens when you decide to save a few dollars and NOT use a REALTOR®? [Video]

Two new homeowners discover that sometimes saving a few dollars is no bargain at all.1

Whether buying or selling, Realtor contracts are negotiable

When a prospective buyers starts working with a Realtor they should at first sign a Buyer Representation Agreement (BRA).

Watch this impressive time-lapse Movie that shows city of Dubai in flow-motion[Video]

Dubai in flow-motion

That Condenses the construction of Dubai’s impressive skyline into a matter of seconds.

Have you had a dispute with your REALTOR® about your real estate contracts

The Supreme Court of Canada recently released a Ground-breaking decision affects all real estate contracts

GTA REALTORS® Report: 4,355 home sales through the TorontoMLS [Video]

The average selling price for January 2015 home sales was up by 4.9 per cent year-over-year to $552,575.

Toronto Condo option gains ground as price gap with low-rise homes soars to record $251,000

price for a new low-rise home was $705,813 at the end of 2014 while its high-rise equivalent reached $454,476, creating a $251,337 

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